Published February 2, 2015
She’s Giselle’s anti-heroine: Myrtha, the cold-hearted spirit queen who leads the Wilis in nightly crusades against mortal men. With three back-to-back variations that involve a mix of supple pointework, adagio and grand allégro, the role can be technically and artistically exhausting. “Myrth…more »

Fall is almost here. What will you do this year to take your training to the next level? Smart dancers know they need to stay on the lookout for opportunities that will improve their artistry, whether it's a new competition, a mock-audition course or a master class in a technique they've never tried before.