Interview with Christine Bonansea, a French-born, NYC-based choreographer known for her striking, virtuosic performances about Danspace Project, OnlyHuman.
Nicole Philippidis speaks about her premiere at Triskelion Arts, Cardboard Stage, a cross-media work featuring dance, video, live music, and spoken word.
DanceUs exclusive interview with Juliet McMains, PhD, Professor, Department of Dance, University of Washington - about her book: "Spinning Mambo into Salsa".
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There are numerous Salsa styles, moves, although the untrained eye may have some difficulty noticing the difference between many of them.
"Listen? To singing? But this article is about dance!" you say.
The easiest way to know if ballet is for you, is to watch an entire ballet from start to finish.
Your knees are one of the most important parts of your Flamenco anatomy.
When, in 2012, the novel You, Fascinating You debuted in print, the dance community rallied in enthusiastic support.