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  • A Perfect Paradox

    Name the most prominent choreographers and directors in continental Europe, and the list reads like a who’s who of ...

  • 5-Minute Pilates

    Pilates has long been a go-to warm-up for ballet dancers, promising longer, stronger muscles and a more powerful, connected ...

  • Ballet’s Middle Child

    Pennsylvania Ballet’s Evelyn Kocak, who spent seven years in the corps de ballets of several companies, was ecstatic when ...

  • The Workout: Ommi Pipit-Suksun

    Ballet San Jose principal Ommi Pipit-Suksun’s workout is carefully crafted—two parts mental preparation and one part each cardio and ...

  • More Than a Number

    Jane Rehm was a top dancer at her studio in Toledo, Ohio, so it was a shock when she ...

  • Reverence: Edward Watson—Fearless and Fierce

    You have incredible flexibility—how has that changed over the years? I’ve learnt how to use it to say what ...

  • Your Best Body – 5-Minute Pilates

    5-Minute Pilates Pilates has long been a go-to warm-up for ballet dancers, promising longer, stronger muscles and a more ...

  • Fit For A Princess

    Aurora’s Act I solo in The Sleeping Beauty captures the young princess’ girlish exuberance. But from a technical standpoint, ...

  • Studio to Street: Jeanette Delgado

    Outside class and rehearsal, Jeanette Delgado sports a laid-back look. But she rarely goes without a pop of pattern ... More »

  • Call Board

    If the Slipper Fits… ABT takes on Ashton’s Cinderella Given the number of Frederick Ashton works American Ballet Theatre ... More »

  • Editor’s Letter: Breaking Through Barriers

    Dancers of color face special challenges in their careers, particularly if they are women, which is why we wanted ... More »

  • Beyond Role Models

    Alicia Graf Mack tells the remarkable stories of three stars who have beaten ballet’s odds, finding successful careers in ... More »