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Articles from Dance Magazine (October 1, 2006)

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A Game for Dancers: Performing Modernism in the Postwar Years, 1945-1960. Hering, Doris Book review 439
Advice for Dancers: former New York City Ballet dancer Linda Hamilton, Ph.D., is a lecturer, a psychologist in private practice, and the author or Advice for Dancers (Jossey-Bass). She has been offering advice to Dance Magazine readers since 1992. Hamilton, Linda Column 826
All the right moves: creating choreography that looks great on your student. Weeks, Janet 1473
American Ballet Theatre. Perron, Wendy Concert review 1305
Attitudes. Barnes, Clive 823
Ballet Memphis. Poon, Kina Brief article 100
Body issues. DeBouzek, Jenny Letter to the editor 444
Charleston, Ballet's Country Moon. Poon, Kina 85
Curtain up. Perron, Wendy Letter to the editor 450
Dance at movie prices. Poon, Kina 121
Debut: relishing Robbin's Faun. Hunt, Mary Ellen Dance review 621
DRA fanfare. Brief article 98
Driven by music. Warren, Charmaine Patricia 86
Erica Cornejo. Rubin, Hanna Brief article 213
For gold, silver, and country: an array of international dancers shine at the USAIBC. Perron, Wendy 631
Gay Delanghe (1940-2006). Sparling, Peter Brief article 167
Get up and move it. Brief article 101
Glory days: on the Joffrey's 50th, Christian Holder looks back and ahead. Holder, Christian 1626
Health and fitness: thrown a curve: on conquering scoliosis. Okumura, Kim 800
Houston's Jazz Center: "The Met" is the go-to studio for serious training. Wozny, Nancy 962
Imagine Tap! Hill, Constance Valis Dance review 372
In Blanchine's Company: A Dancer's Memoir. Hering, Doris Book review 319
Kudos for Kaiso. Chapin, Eleanore Letter to the editor 144
Life after dancing. Poon, Kina Brief article 115
Lincoln Center Festival. Yung, Susan Dance review 814
Local grown. Holm, Jenny Brief article 132
Made for each other. Brief article 162
Mark Ryder. Brief article 119
Mary Day (1910-2006). Hering, Doris Obituary 367
National Dance Association named Texas Christian University assistant professor Elizabeth Gillaspy as College/University, National Dance Educator of the Year, and Leann Haggard, of North Central High School in Indianapolis, as K-12 National Dance Educator of the Year. Hildebrand, Karen Brief article 96
New Life for Nikolais. Adams, Kathy 690
Old school to new cool. Keough, Sarah Brief article 91
On Broadway. Gold, Sylviane Theater review 1010
On October 28, as Swan Lake's Odette and Siegfried plunge into destiny at the Benedum Center. Dacko, Karen Brief article 206
On the cusp: second companies mean gaining experience, the chance to learn new work, and a shot at getting into the corps. Alfaro, Nancy 1425
On the rise: Alisan Porter born to play Chorus Line's Bebe. Gold, Sylviane Biography 736
Provincial Dances Theatre. Marshall, Lea Dance review 448
Putting art into excellence: a Texas studio breaks out of the pack. Wozny, Nancy 923
Quick q & a: Rosero and Jamal. Interview 630
Rally 'round Remy. Brief article 88
Schools, studios, colleges, universities, companies, teachers, choreographers, dancers, somatic practices, movement arts, dance medicine, yoga, pilates. Directory 21292
Singular sensations: a costume salute to dance auditions & the ultimate tryout musical, A Chorus Line. Cowan, Lindsay 859
Sono Osato's ten tips to better stage. Osato, Sono 372
Spanish spit fire: flirty, fun and crammed with fouettes, Kitri's variation wins hearts--and competitions. Here are tips from the pros, plus some eye-cathing Spanish-style tutus. Alfaro, Nancy 1312
Stars in their eyes: the latest influence of television and other trends. Rubin, Hanna 780
Stepping out for Mr. Jazz: celebrating the Giordano Legacy. Holm, Jenny 603
Sweet chance. Perron, Wendy 152
Teacher's wisdom: Patricia Berrend. Interview 945
The gypsy in them: with A Chorus Line's return to Broadway, a singular sensation gets a second look. Gold, Sylviane Cover story 1622
The Paris Opera ballet. Hering, Doris Book review 332
Theater Shmeater. Brief article 107
Time Steps: My Musical Comedy Life. Perron, Wendy Book review 335
Truth in movement: Ohad Naharin talks about his choreography, his world view, and why the mirror always lies. Naharin, Ohad 1747
Upcoming: mark your calendar. Calendar 132

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