Dance Matters: The Ties That Bind Us
The whimsical Oyster comes back stateside
Dance Matters: A Prize to Be Won
At 40, the Prix de Lausanne is still launching careers.
Quick Q&A: Monica Bill Barnes
The choreographer isn't always trying to make you laugh—but you probably will.
Your Body: Green Energy
Kale delivers a host of essential nutrients.
2012 25 to Watch
Who's caught our eye for 2012
An All-Weather Scene
Dance is thriving in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Temple of Technique
The Vaganova Academy has been renovated, but the spirit of classicism still reigns.
Sweating the Small Stuff
Companies' union reps help find the compromises that keep everyone dancing.
When did hip hop find its swan side?
Timeless, dependable classwear
DM Style: Dancer's Choice
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater's elegant nutritionist-in-the-making Rachael McLaren
Summer Study Guide 2012: Beyond Technique
Why repertory classes are the ultimate summer bonus
Summer Study Guide 2012: On the Verge of Professional
A rigorous, star-studded intensive, the Carreño Dance Festival gives students a taste of company life.
Summer Study Guide 2012: Learning from the Masters
At Steps on Broadway, summer brings classes and auditions with top-notch contemporary choreographers.
Summer Study Guide 2012: The Real Deal
Pre-college intensives give students a preview of campus life.
Cambridge State of Mind
Three studios form a nurturing dance network.
On the Rise: Ashley Ellis
Boston Ballet's new second soloist has grace and power.
Technique My Way: Katherine Crockett
Respecting her body, devoted to her craft
Time and Again
JoAnn Hunter gives On a Clear Day’s movement that retro feel.
BAM 150th-anniversary book, JIG, the Kirov does Jewels, Choreography in Focus
Lauren Fadeley and Francis Veyette tie the knot, Alexander Grant, Ruth Currier, Nina Sorokina
Video: January Choreography in Focus