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Articles from Dance Magazine (September 1, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
80 momentous dance moments. Perron, Wendy; Macel, Emily 2210
Advice for dancers. Hamilton, Linda 839
Ballet Arizona. LaFave, Kenneth Dance review 629
Battle to the beat in the Balkans. 83
Belinda Wright (1929-2007). Barnes, Clive 176
Bill Shannon at River-To-River. Albrecht, Alexandra 84
Birmingham Royal Ballet's The Sleeping Beauty. Rubin, Hanna 537
Births. 95
Bringing Graham to light. Macel, Emily 104
Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet. Yung, Susan 391
Christophe Maraval. Berardi, Gigi 272
Corina Gill: while new to Balanchine, the Los Angeles Ballet dancer has scored triumphs in major roles. Looseleaf, Victoria Dance review 852
Dance it off. 92
Dancing for a home run. 141
Dancing on the rooftops. 110
Danco/3 takes the stage. Albrecht, Alexandra 161
Deaths. 162
Eighty years on: ballet, modern dance, and Dance Magazine were up and running while I myself was only toddling. Barnes, Clive 812
Fall preview: the new season has its share of potential hits--and surprises. Gold, Sylviane 909
Happy 75th birthday Hans Van Manen! 118
Henry LeTang (1916-2007). Goldberg, Jane Obituary 155
Houston Ballet. Wozny, Nancy 106
International. Directory 1049
Joan Peters: this master of Dunham technique wants dancers to give audiences everything they've got. Stahl, J. Interview 880
Kyra Nichols. Woods, Astrida 384
Letters. Frederickson, Tracy A.; Brown, Heather J.; Karalyn; McPherson, Elizabeth; Martin, Alexandra; Albert, Letter to the editor 514
Luz San Miguel lighting up the stage: this Milwaukee Ballet star is a force of nature in dramatic roles. Ramp, Stefanie 1367
Made in heaven: Hollywood's magic touch with dance. Gold, Sylvianne 946
Miami's International extravaganza. 102
Moveable feasts coming to your town soon: we looked from coast to coast and found a cornucopia of dance for the fall season. Ulrich, Allan Dance review 1444
New degrees for dancers. 498
New York City Ballet. Garafola, Lynn 1248
NYC real estate. Stahl, Jennifer 143
Other master choreographers. Perron, Wendy 92
Our favorite covers through time. 163
Philadelphia Fringe Festival. Albrecht, Alexandra Brief article 95
Remembering Reema: dancers in support of VA Tech. Dolan, Rachel Leigh 393
Somatic practices, movement arts, and dance medicine. 1114
Tap--the theater of sound. Pollak, Max 914
The cancer dancers. 109
The generation lost to AIDS: the dance world mourned--no sector was spared the plague. Carman, Joseph 722
The kitchen sink at DTW. Albrecht, Alexandra 86
The new classics: past inspired, fashion forward styles. Hanlon, Khara 341
Time & again: ABT celebrates its alumni. Lydon, Kate 514
Trager technique: rocking toward freedom. Wozny, Nancy 756
United States. Directory 16308
Welcome to our 80th-anniversary issue! Perron, Wendy 443
What they meant: they were groundbreakers, risk-takers, and leaders, and we will always remember them. As part of our 80th-anniversary celebration, we asked current artists what these icons meant to the dance world. 1255
What they wish they knew: great artists look back at those early years. Crabb, Michael; Howard, Theresa Ruth; Macel, Emily; Perron, Wendy; Rasminsky, Abigail 1605
Where do you see dance going in the next 80 years? Celebrating our anniversary isn't only about where we've come from, but where we're heading. We asked some of the creative thinkers in our field to look into their crystal ball and predict the future of dance. Here they share their visions--some realistic, some utopian, and some tongue-in-cheek. Crabb, Michael; Garafoli, Wendy; Hanlon, Khara; Howard, Theresa Ruth; Macel, Emily; Perron, Wendy 1688

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