“In the summer of 2012, droves of people flocked to London for the Olympics. But what becomes of an international sports playground once all the medals have been awarded? Many of the facilities in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park have been repurposed for public use—like an outdoor park, an acquatic center, tennis courts and more—essentially creating a new, hip neighborhood in east London. Next year,…”
“Not every city has a thriving dance scene. But a dance community doesn’t have to be large or action-packed to feel like a community. This I learned in San Antonio last Thursday.San Antonio is not New York City or San Francisco. It’s not Houston or Dallas. But it’s a lively city with more than The Alamo. Among its assets are a few good museums, the…”
Dance Magazine's Dance Annual Directory is the oldest and most comprehensive source of all things dance. Search online here.
The must-have resource for college-bound dancers! 600+ higher ed dance programs. Buy the print version.
Search for colleges online here
Ways to help students improve through choreography, costumes and concepts.
Dancers talk about career choices before and after taking their final bow.
Advice, tips and strategies for building attendance, equipment upgrades and more!
No matter your level of mastery, there is always more to discover.
Dance educators share advice, solutions and success.