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  • Editor’s Letter: Start Thinking Ahead

    Injuries always come at the most inconvenient time. Our cover guy, Derek Dunn, was on the fast track towards ... More »

  • Call Board

    The West Coast Falls for Forsythe After 40 years in Europe, choreographer William Forsythe recently put down stateside roots ... More »

  • Studio to Street: Céline Cassone

    What is Céline Cassone’s favorite thing to buy? Cowboy boots, to add to her growing collection. “I’m just crazy ...

  • Show and Tell: Jordan-Elizabeth Long

    When Miami City Ballet soloist Jordan-Elizabeth Long previously danced with the Royal Swedish Ballet, professional hairdressers styled her performance ...

  • Dancer Spotlight: Alexis Fletcher

    Vancouver, British Columbia’s 2010 Olympic Winter Games were golden for more than just big-name athletes. Like so many Vancouverites ...

  • Ask Amy: Degree Dilemmas

    Should I turn down an apprenticeship to finish my dance degree, or should I put my education on pause? ...

  • The Making of a Tour

    What does it take to bring a major production on tour? In July, Houston Ballet mounted a 12-show run ...

  • Defying Gravity

    Houston Ballet’s Derek Dunn knows how to make an entrance. While just an apprentice in 2013, Dunn catapulted through ...

  • Summer on Campus

    Maura Bell was determined to have a ballet career. But as a high school senior, she didn’t feel ready ... More »

  • The Chance of a Lifetime

    As told to Nicole Loeffler-Gladstone and Madeline Schrock What was life like at the Vaganova Ballet Academy? Gabrielle Perkins, ... More »

  • Enchanted

    It’s okay to want to feel like a princess sometimes. Let shades of carnation and rose gold, and dustings ...

  • The Workout: Andrea Yorita

    Cross-training keeps Andrea Yorita prepared for the demanding variety in BalletX’s repertoire. Choreographic chameleon: At BalletX, Andrea Yorita performs ...

  • 5 Ways to Release Your IT Band and TFL

    You may not understand exactly what causes a tight IT (iliotibial) band, but you’ve probably experienced that uncomfortable tension ... More »

  • Beyond the BFA

    During his sophomore year at the University of Oklahoma, Austin Crumley switched the focus of his Bachelor of Fine ...

  • Dream Role: A Love Beyond Reach

    In August Bournonville’s 1836 ballet La Sylphide, every gesture has meaning. The National Ballet of Canada’s Jurgita Dronina talks ...

  • Family and Friends

    City Ballet of San Diego is admired in Southern California for its diversity of dancers, a sizeable Balanchine repertoire, ...

  • Juggling Two Worlds

    Upon high school graduation, dancers are often forced to choose between going to college or pursuing a career right ... More »

  • 2016 Higher Ed Guide

    These days, many ballet dancers are opting to earn their college diploma before they score a company contract. Because ... More »

  • Reverence: Ashley Murphy — Strength in Change

    The Washington Ballet’s Ashley Murphy isn’t afraid to step outside her comfort zone. Why did you make the move ...