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Articles from Dance Magazine (May 1, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
A tap dancer named Fred: Astaire survived his infamous screen test: "Can't act. Can't sing. Balding. Can dance a little.". Barnes, Clive 747
ABT's new curriculum. Brief article 183
Advice for dancers. Hamilton, Linda Column 820
Back from the brink: The Washington Ballet forges ahead under the dynamic Septime Webre. Lewis, Jean Battey 1600
Back to school: teachers discover an array of options. Weeks, Janet 2773
Bay area National Dance Week. Fuhrer, Margaret Brief article 83
Beauty in motion: three ballet photo books showcase companies on and offstage. Kendall, Elizabeth Book review 921
Best foot forward. Byrd, Beverly Letter to the editor 145
Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company. Clements, French Dance review 374
Birmingham steps up. Brief article 90
By Penelope Freeh: Penelope Freeh brings a vibrancy and piquancy to the full repertoire d James Sewell Ballet in Minneapolis. She has danced with the company for 14 years, has garnered several awards, and has begun to choreograph. This year she was named artistic associate of the company. You can follow her thoughts on her blog at barefootpenny.blogspot.com. 648
Capturing the heart: as companies worldwide present Jerome Robbins gems, dancers who worked with him talk about his process. Carman, Joseph 1714
Challenge yourself: get tough using this stuff. Hanlon, Khara Buyers guide 663
Crystal Pite. Macel, Emily Interview 797
Curtain up. Perron, Wendy Editorial 435
Danny Daniels: Tony-award winning Broadway tap artist. Carlon, Brianne Brief article 218
Derick Grant: listening to the sound of dance. Seibert, Brian Interview 1119
Don't bully, dance. Fuhrer, Margaret Brief article 168
Flying high: White Bird celebrates 10 years. Ragain, Rebecca 598
Gina Gibney reaches out: bringing movement to survivors of domestic violence. Alfaro, Nancy 989
Global Robbins. Calendar 101
Go Spoleto. Brief article 105
Golden opportunity. Zimmer, Elizabeth Brief article 120
How much pain (killers) can you take. Stahl, Jennifer 783
International. Directory 1996
Jennifer Jansma. Macel, Emily Brief article 179
Kathryn Morgan: the NYCB corps member has captivated audiences with her radiance and dramatic ability. Carman, Joe 875
LaVaughn Robinson (1927-2008). Ingram, Germaine Brief article 313
Lifetime learners: teacher training. Hildebrand, Karen Brief article 256
Lion/swan. Asantewaa, Eva Yaa Brief article 109
Mastering the weekend intensive: tradition in tap presents the Danny Daniels Tap Experience, May 24-26. Carlon, Brianne Brief article 413
Memories of masters. Jones, Betty; Eck, Katherine Letter to the editor 265
Memory demystified: Dr. Ruth Day's Memory for Movement offers insight into how dancers learn and remember. Lewis, Kristin 737
Mind matters: somatics is a growing trend in dance training. Berardi, Gigi 900
Natalia Bessmertnova (1941-2008). Barnes, Clive Obituary 273
New York City Ballet. Perron, Wendy Dance review 1084
NYC field trip. Brief article 137
Patricia Nanon. Tarnay, Linda Obituary 177
Pre-performance rituals of tap pros: in the moments before a performance, all dancers have ways of getting warm, loose, and focused. Tap dancers sometimes face special challenges like not finding the right surface backstage or needing to keep their feet quiet while warming up. Brian Seibert asked four tap pros about their pro-performance rituals. Seibert, Brian 563
Presidio Performing Arts Foundation. Stahl, Jennifer Brief article 107
Rant, rave, & respond. Amin, Takiyah Nur; Davis, Christopher F. Letter to the editor 246
Red & blue. Smith, Amanda Brief article 119
Spring in their step: a new festival hits the Midwest. Bloch, Alice 461
Suburban modernization. Brief article 109
Tap out loud: the multitalented, multifaceted Michelle Dorrance is stompin' up a storm. Macel, Emily 1529
The English channel: immigrants enliven the contemporary dance scene. Perron, Wendy 477
The next level: improving pointe work. Barringer, Janice 1097
The State Ballet of Georgia. Atamian, Christopher Dance review 460
True to life: Robbins' Gypsy keeps it simple. Gold, Sylviane 934
Tying threads together. Brief article 92
United States. Directory 16202
What I love about tap: Max Pollak reflects on his favorite moments in tap history. Pollak, Max 1068

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