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Articles from Dance Magazine (October 1, 2014)

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Title Author Type Words
2014-2015 tour dates. Brief article 169
A star takes the helm: Angel Corella leads Pennsylvania Ballet. Brief article 192
Best foot forward. Schwab, Kristin Brief article 222
Body makeup how-to. Schwab, Kristin Brief article 235
Captain casual: Choreographer Steven Hoggett collaborates with Sting to bring The Last Ship to Broadway. Whittenburg, Zachary Interview 928
Chelsy Meiss: deadlifting 140 pounds gives her a noticeable edge in the studio. Kelly, Deirdre 665
Classic costumes. Hermanson, Meggie Brief article 261
Comeback story: on the Town returns to Broadway--with a choreographic makeover. Schwab, Kristin 1052
Comp day survival kit. Schwab, Kristin Brief article 184
Competition to career: these former comp kids say their days on the competition stage helped them achieve professional success. Zar, Rachel 449
Crystal Pite: juggling four jobs, the choreographer makes her comeback. Perron, Wendy Interview 524
Dance and Degas in DC. Brief article 216
Hip hop goes for the gold: hip-hop-only teams are on the rise on the competition scene. Holmes, Kathryn 843
Immersive, integrated & awkward: what do dancers do when the audience is part of their performance? Feidelson, Lizzie 1209
Improv Night at Hubbard Street: the company teams up with Chicago's iconic Second City comedy troupe. Molzahn, Laura 679
International. Directory 758
Leveling the dancing field: how to successfully mix dancers of varying ages and abilities. Rizzuto, Rachel 1003
Looking back to move forward. Kelly, Deirdre Brief article 298
Making it your own. Stahl, Jennifer Editorial 338
Manufacturing success: DC Dance factory turns out some of the Nashville area's finest competition dancers. Marks, Alyssa 467
Not your average fourth wall: theater meets dance-in-the-round. Gold, Sylviane 780
Pacific Northwest Ballet principal dancer. Porretta, Jonathan 411
Planting Roots: Marilyn Maywald finds stability in freelancing. Burke, Siobhan 644
Raising the bar. Schwab, Kristin Brief article 183
Recover faster upside down. Brief article 114
Russell Janzen: despite a string of injuries, the regal dancer has established himself as a flawless partner. Green, Harris Brief article 314
Somatic Practices Movement Arts Dance Medicine. Directory 230
Spinning out. Hamilton, Linda 791
Tap happy: what can make--or break--a tap routine at competition. Dalzell, Jenny 438
The 10-minute cooldown. Schwab, Kristin Brief article 198
The intern advantage: build skills and jump-start your career. Zar, Rachel 868
The road to residency: how do colleges choose guest artists? Marshall, Lea 808
The spice is right. Brief article 138
The truth about almond milk. Love, Lynn 1170
United States. Directory 11322
Your degree, Plus Pilates: dance programs that offer certification on the side. Rivers, Ashley 454

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