Ballroom Dancin Fools' Blog
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At Rennie Harris’s Hip-Hop University, Teaching the Teachers
Rennie Harris University aims to give educators a working knowledge not only of hip-hop dance technique, but also of its origins and culture.
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Dance Like You’re Wednesday Addams
At a Brooklyn club, fans of the Netflix series “Wednesday” showed off their takes on the pigtailed heroine’s signature moves in a midnight competition.
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At City Ballet, Alexei Ratmansky Can Let His Imagination Run Wild
When the choreographer joins the company as artist in residence, the winners will be the dancers. And ballet.
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What Set tWitch Apart as a Dancer? His Generous Spirit.
Stephen Boss, known as tWitch, who took his own life, didn’t just move to music. He was music.
|Posted on December 14, 2022 at 11:15 AM||comments (159)|
Review: Michelle Dorrance Returns to the Joyce. Where’s the Zip?
In an uneven program, the tap dancer and choreographer presents three new works in Manhattan, including a dance for former cast members of “Stomp.”
|Posted on December 10, 2022 at 9:30 AM||comments (18)|
The Wednesday Dance Is an Invitation. Be Weird.
Jenna Ortega’s dance for her Addams Family character is a viral sensation, but why? It is disarming and defiant: the dance of a nonconformist.
|Posted on December 4, 2022 at 9:35 AM||comments (7)|
A Sugarplum’s Swan Song
After a season of saying farewell to cherished roles, the City Ballet principal Sterling Hyltin prepares to take her final bow in “The Nutcracker.”
|Posted on November 28, 2022 at 10:05 AM||comments (22)|
The Tiny Dancers Who Make ‘The Nutcracker’ Sparkle
In New York City Ballet’s production this year, the children, most of them new to the show, are back to normal. Pint-size, that is.