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"Choreography in Focus" with Sergio Trujillo

Sergio Trujillo joins Dance Magazine editor at large Wendy Perron as the first Broadway choreographer to be featured on “Choreography in Focus.” They talk Jerome Robbins, his latest hit, On Your Feet!, and dancing with Michelle Obama.

Take Class for Free With Some of the Biggest BIPOC Choreographers

There’s a new, free way to take dance classes from some of the biggest dancers and choreographers without leaving home. Spotlighting BIPOC artists and those from underrepresented populations in the dance world, “Share The Floor” allows dancers to study with masters like Savion Glover, Sergio Trujillo, Bill T. Jones, Ariana DeBose, Sasha Hutchings, Francesca Harper […]

How to Make Even Your Wildest Costumes Work For You

Parks (second from right) rehearsing “Just Roll with It” for the Disney Channel Courtesy Parks Elaborate costumes might create stunning (or hilarious) effects onstage, but they aren’t always the easiest to move in. Whether it’s a giant headpiece, a fluffy bear suit, a long train or tight pleather pants, costumes can present all kinds of […]

Broadway Knows Ariana DeBose Is a Star. Now the World Will Too

In one of the most beguiling numbers in The Prom, the 2018 Broadway hit in which a bevy of theater has-beens invade a straitlaced Indiana town, a well-worn chorus girl tries to imbue a timid teenager with “zazz,” that elusive, magical combination of gumption and allure she learned from Bob Fosse. Sergio Trujillo describes zazz […]

What It Takes to Radically Reimagine "West Side Story"

Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker is celebrated across the dance world for her stripped-down, stubbornly abstract choreography; Ivo van Hove across the theater world for his stark, stubbornly tech-heavy reconstructions of plays and movie scripts. But after this week, the two Belgians are likely to be famed, for good or ill, as the pair who kicked […]

The Best Dance of 2019, According to Dance Magazine Contributors

Here are the moves, moments and makers that grabbed Dance Magazine editors and writers this year: The Dancers Smashing Stereotypes: Lizzo’s Posse 2019 was the year of Lizzo. The positivity clap-back queen had women everywhere dancing. But we took special note of who she chose to perform alongside her at major events like the BET […]

Which Broadway Shows Are Performing in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade?

As you’re prepping your Thanksgiving meal, why not throw in a dash of dance? This year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is stuffed (pun intended) with performances from four stellar Broadway shows, the Radio City Rockettes and students from three New York City dance institutions. Tune in to NBC November 28 from 9 am to noon […]

Hadestown Sweeps the Tonys, Plus Our Fave Moments from the Awards Show

Last night’s Tony Awards, (aka James Corden’s three-hour attempt to persuade TV-streaming-binge-watchers to put down the remote and see some live theater, for gosh sake) had a bit of everything: wisdom from celebrated actors, cheeky laughs, political quips, historical victories and, our favorite, incredible performances. Unsurprisingly, Tony frontrunner Hadestown took home eight awards, including Best […]