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Articles from Dance Magazine (November 1, 2016)

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Title Author Type Words
35 Years ago this month. Brief article 121
American Ballet Theatre principal. Whiteside, James Essay 441
Becoming an artist. Villella, Edward Dance review 1043
Collaboration in progress. Brief article 110
Comfort food swaps: healthy twists on your favorite winter treats. Harrison, Emily C. 497
Dancers as activists: Gibney Dance Company empowers its members to create their own social-impact initiatives. Schwab, Kristin 470
Defying tradition: Rocio Molina has forged a style of flamenco that can't be defined. Espoz, Justine Bayod Interview 539
Diana Vishneva: the ballerina turned impresario expands her context festival. Perron, Wendy Interview 613
International. Directory 940
Learning from the past: students can take their dancing to the next level with an appreciation of its history. Hanson, Marisa 605
Lonely at the top: prodigies face unique challenges during training years and beyond. Schwab, Kristin 810
Make 'em laugh: get a serious lesson in creating humorous work. Brady, Kristyn 1131
Making his own rules: for Jonah Bokaer's latest groundbreaking work, pop musician Pharrell Williams joins the choreographer's list of high-profile collaborators. Escoyne, Courtney 756
On the circuit: festivals can propel early-career choreographers into unique opportunities. Schwab, Kristin 807
Rachel Richardson. Kourlas, Gia 502
Reimagining a classic: Holiday Inn pairs tap shoes with jump ropes and firecrackers. Gold, Sylviane Interview 841
Showstoppers. Friscia, Suzannah Brief article 250
Stage mom trauma. Hamilton, Linda 760
Tackling depression: although dancers may be predisposed, few wellness programs address it. McGuire, Kathleen 838
Tapping into their roots. Brief article 110
The more things change ... five years after Liz Lerman's departure, Dance Exchange continues to forge new initiatives. Traiger, Lisa 600
The talent question. Stahl, Jennifer Editorial 329
Trans Atlantic treat. Brief article 120
Unstoppable: for Boston Ballet principal Misa Kuranaga, reaching the top is just the start. Rivers, Ashley Interview 947
What's on your mind? Letter to the editor 228

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