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Articles from Dance Magazine (December 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
A mata of survival. Jackson, George 438
A new name, a new home. Carr, Darrah Brief Article 145
A tap dance Christmas Carol. Kurtz, Sandra Brief Article 125
A teacher's request. Ross, Donna Letter to the Editor 104
Adiarys Almeida: this Cincinati Ballet soloist, without a word of English, defected from Cuba to take control of her career. Demaline, Jackie 712
Advice for dancers: former New York City Ballet dancer Linda Hamilton, Ph.D., is a lecturer, a psychologist in private practice, and the author of Advice for Dancers (Jossey-Bass). She has been offering advice to Dance Magazine readers since 1992. Hamilton, Linda 771
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. Reiter, Susan Brief Article 155
Armitage gone home! Hedstrom, Cynthia Brief Article 131
Attitudes. Barnes, Clive 836
Back to school with ABT. Lydon, Kate Brief Article 175
Ballet Hispanico flies high. Gladstone, Valerie Brief Article 125
Bolshoi Ballet. Hering, Doris 893
Brave new world: dancers and choreographers on surviving and thriving with HIV. Carman, Joseph 1637
Broadway bound. Ramos, Florencio Letter to the Editor 87
Buoying up boys. Werkman, Taylor J. Letter to the Editor 216
Curtain up. Perron, Wendy Editorial 617
Dancing in the dark: Astaire and Rogers made sweet screen magic. Gold, Sylviane 1063
Downtown dance in L.A. Looseleaf, Victoria 539
DRA: remembering dancers with HIV/AIDS in a new way. Macel, Emily 485
Energy or candy? The bar facts. Martin, Suzanne 688
Family ties. Carman, Joseph Brief Article 129
Going nuts: dancers can develop strange rituals by the umpteenth Nutcracker performance. Okamura, Kim 1240
Ilya Kapitannikov. Farmer, Ann Obituary 160
Instant choreography. Stern, Carrie Brief Article 124
Jazz Dance Congress report 2005. Voedisch, Lynn 415
Life is a cabaret: choreographers have found a new kind of venue and audience. Manko, Vanessa 1434
Lula Washington Dance Theatre. Looseleaf, Victoria Dance Review 372
Mark Morris Dance Group. Ulrich, Allan 419
McKerrow's training. Albert, Theresa Letter to the Editor 106
More labor pains. Ulrich, Allan Brief Article 114
Moroccan square dance. Macel, Emily Brief Article 93
Nutcracker $$$ dreams. Valin, Kathy 828
Nutcracker Key West. Wisner, Heather Brief Article 134
On Broadway: what becomes a legend most? Chita Rivera's new show revisits her struggles and triumphs. Gold, Sylviane 886
On your toes: pros' tips on pointe shoe accessories. Freese, Julie 410
Pacific Northwest Ballet. Berardi, Gigi 363
Plum roles: Nutcracker guesting brings extra income and experience. Mattingly, Kate 1278
Revolving doors in Miami. Perez, Guillermo 566
Schools, studios, colleges, universities, companies, teachers, dancers, choreographers, somatic practices, movement arts, dance medicine, yoga. Directory 21822
Screen test: Susan Stroman talks about the risks and rewards of making the leap to the big screen. Isenberg, Barbara Interview 1465
Sudden exit at Houston Ballet. Galeota-Wozay, Nancy 543
Teacher's wisdom: Eva Evdokimova. Interview 929
Teachers, first do no harm. Ossola, Cheryl 686
The gift of giving. 1440
The Harid Conservatory. Brief Article 83
The Nutcracker ballet curls up with a book. Lubarr, Yael Brief Article 151
Tom Hagood. Perez, Guillermo Brief Article 227
Tulsa Ballet. Livingston, Lili Cockerille Brief Article 132
Turning point: inside the mind of a 30-something female modern dancer. LeBlanc, Rosalynde 2784

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