Behind the Scenes with ABT Studio Company Standout Chloe Misseldine
The ABT Studio Company's Chloe Misseldine is incapable of taking a bad picture. The ballerina-in-the-making showed off her impossibly long lines and preternatural grace at her Dance Spirit cover shoot. Catch all of the ballet beauty's behind-the-scenes moves below!
Cover Star | Chloe Misseldine | March 2019
14-year-old phenom Madison Brown excels in both ballet and contemporary—and we're talking a wins-basically-every-competition-she-enters level of excellence. How does she do it? Read her Summer 2019 cover story, here on dancespirit.com, to find out.
Broadway babe Ariana DeBose, who will star as Anita in next year's West Side Story remake, is about to be a HUGE household name. Below, check out DeBose's fierce, versatile improv from her cover shoot.
It was a treat to watch these talented USC dancer make magic on the set of our September 2018 cover shoot. They certainly know how to move and we can't see where their careers will take them. Check out all the action below.
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From First Position to now, Aran Bell's hard work has paid off with an American Ballet Theatre apprenticeship. We sat down to talk at his cover shoot, and picked his brain about everything from his cross-training regimen to his favorite country to live in. Catch it below!
Healthy ankles require three things: Mobility, stability and strength. But achieving this trifecta is often easier said than done. Abigail Bales, DPT, CSCS, walks us through these exercises meant to strengthen, support and stabilize your ankles—and your dancing.