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Articles from Dance Magazine (June 1, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
A sleeker swan. Carman, Joseph Interview 417
Advice for dancers. Hamilton, Linda 890
Attitudes. Barnes, Clive 819
Contact improvisation comes of age. Zimmer, Elizabeth Interview 1919
Crossover kid: hip-hop dancemaker John Byrne moved from Taylor 2 to MTV. Johnson, Tamara 791
Curtain up. Perron, Wendy 531
Dance finder: schools, studios, colleges, universities, companies, teachers, dancers, choreographers, somatic practices, movement arts, dance medicine, yoga. Directory 22347
Dancing with Cuba: a Memoir of the Revolution. Perron, Wendy Brief Article 248
Diary of a college residency: choreographer Henning Rubsam shares his experiences. Rubsam, Henning 1043
Eva Encinias-Sandoval: teacher's wisdom. Noyer, Jennifer Interview 941
Force of one: this is Alexandra Ansanelli's season to shine. The gifted New York City ballet principal talks about her passion for dance and her determined journey to center stage. Rubin, Hanna Cover Story 1202
Going Bollywood: can kathak dancers stop the show in Bombay Dreams? Gold, Sylviane 1002
Grace Under Pressure: Passing Dance Through Time. Ulrich, Allan Book Review 242
Henning Kronstam: Portrait of a Danish Dancer. Ulrich, Allan Brief Article 176
Houston Ballet. Philp, Richard Dance Review 392
It takes a diva. Asantewaa, Eva Yaa Brief Article 133
Karole Armitage and the universal grammar. Mattingly, Kate Interview 501
Making a better argument: Howard Gardner talks about the arts in schools. Hildebrand, Karen 384
Margot everlasting. Barnes, Clive Brief Article 147
Marked for export. Ulrich, Allan Interview 567
Musical chairs in France. Bauer-Prevost, Karyn 541
Nederlands Dans Theater. Mattingly, Kate Dance Review 712
New York City Ballet. Barnes, Clive Dance Review 1178
Out of the wings: School of American Ballet graduates remember their first moments in the sun. Sulcas, Roslyn 1516
Pilates: ripe for reforming? Galeota-Wozny, Nancy 648
Preludes and nocturnes: dancers dream about dance: dreams are often stages for our obsessions. For dancers, this can take on a more literal meaning. In the February issue, we invited you to write and tell us your dance dreams. Here are some responses. Carr, Melodie Letter to the Editor 853
Remembering May O'Donnell. Solomons, Gus Brief Article 246
Some like it hot: Salsa is spicy, sexy, and making waves in dance. Sommer, Sally 1776
Spectrum Dance Theater. Berardi, Gigi Dance Review 452
Step by step. Perron, Wendy Brief Article 161
Susan Rethorst. Sperling, Jody Dance Review 541
The Days We Danced: the Story of My Theatrical Family from Florenz Ziegfeld to Arthur Murray and Beyond. Hering, Doris Book Review 274
Too much TV. Perron, Wendy Brief Article 155
Touring or training, less is more. Brief Article 250
Transitions. Brief Article 120
United we dance. Raymond, Ani 152
Visions of dollar signs. Johnson, Tamara Brief Article 324
Writing in Motion: Body--Language--Technology. Ulrich, Allan Book Review 199
You are (exactly) what you eat. Martin, Suzanne 624

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