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Every once in a while, the stars align, things fall precisely into place, and the perfect marketing campaign is born. Such is the case with New York City Ballet's new trailer for their upcoming run of The Sleeping Beauty, which was conceived and directed by company soloist Sean Suozzi.

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With over three billion combined views on YouTube and credits from some of the biggest names in the biz, Parris Goebel has become an international phenomenon. And now the New Zealand native is taking her #savage choreography to the masses in a new docuseries called "The Parris Project World Tour." Visiting 10 different countries in six weeks, the world class choreographer and her crew (the Royal Family) give viewers a behind-the-scenes look at life on a major dance tour—and it's the perfect blend of glamour and hard work.

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Receiving an Emmy or Tony Award for your choreography is a HUGE deal. Tbh, being handed one of those famed statues is probably one of the most iconic moments that can happen in your career. From Travis Wall, to Mandy Moore, to Justin Peck, some of our faves have gotten major accolades in recent years, but here are 9 otherswho need to be honored ASAP!

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Natalie Reid's precise technique and bubbly personality have earned her veteran status with the Radio City Rockettes—this is her eighth season! A Seattle, WA, native, Reid attended Chapman University, majoring in public relations and advertising. While in school, she also trained with Mandy Moore and at Edge Performing Arts Center. She's danced with companies including Justin Giles' SoulEscape, Anaheim Ballet, and Odyssey Dance Theatre, and she joined the Rockettes in 2011. Catch her on the Radio City stage this season—and read on for The Dirt! —Courtney Bowers

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"Ballet pink" tights and palest-pink slippers. "Nude" fabrics that match only the lightest of skin tones. Unfortunately, many dancewear staples have historically been available only in a single "flesh tone" that tended to exclude non-Caucasian dancers.

Thankfully, in recent years dancewear companies have begun to respond to this issue, offering more varied shades of tights, pointe shoes, body tights, etc. (One former Knicks City Dancer even made inclusiveness the foundation of her business model.) Now, you can also get foundation garments that suit your unique skin tone with the new Mariia True Bare Collection.

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