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Articles from Dance Magazine (January 1, 2017)

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Title Author Type Words
25 to watch. Cover story 4294
30 years ago this month. Brief article 102
A place to play: Broadway Dance Lab gives choreographers freedom to experiment. Gold, Sylviane 865
Ache, throb, hurt: New York City ballet principal Abi Stafford opens up about the frustrating, but unavoidable role of pain in a dance career. Stafford, Abi 973
All in the details: sleek silhouettes at the Royal Ballet. Friscia, Suzannah Brief article 151
An American in Tel Aviv. Barry, Billy 907
Bunny masks and a ballet barre. Brief article 119
Carla Korbes: the beloved ballerina talks about her new life in Los Angeles. Berardi, Gigi Interview 577
Collaborative learning: at Hubbard Streets new intensive in Los Angeles, dancers dig into the choreographic process. Bauer, Claudia 955
Dancing through the dog days: August intensives can help serious ballet students fill the summer gap. Holmes, Kathryn 1009
Elena D'Amario: for this Parsons Dance phenom, slow, careful work gives her the power to explode onstage. Kay, Lauren Interview 465
Even more electric: as Victor Quijada celebrates 15 years of RUBBERBANDance group, his company turns a new corner. Chenoweth, Ellen Interview 700
Farm to theater: rural arts venues are continuing to grow. Peters, Jen 603
From studio to summertime: start planning your summer break now. Wingenroth, Lauren 922
Get booked: top presenters open up about what they're looking for in dance companies. Casey, Ryan P. 1239
Gravitas, Russian-style. Brief article 107
He's back: after four decades in Germany, choreographer William Forsythe returns to the U.S.--and to his ballet roots. Stahl, Jennifer Interview 1167
How to choose the right summer program: a checklist. Thompson, Candice 635
I love that January. Stahl, Jennifer Editorial 233
In character: ABT's Roman Zhurbin has transformed character roles into career-making breakthroughs. Harss, Marina Interview 857
It's the little things: small details can have a huge impact on your performance. Schwab, Kristin 918
More than backup: dance is pushing music videos in unexpected directions--and creating unprecedented viral hype. Wingenroth, Lauren 1240
Resolutions nutritionists wish you'd make. Brady, Kristyn 774
Side gig woes: don't let your survival job hurt your dance technique. Henderson, Garnet 787
Stretch yourself: New York City Dance Alliances summer intensive pushes dancers beyond their comfort zone. Schwab, Kristin 738
Stuck in the middle: the soloist promotion is promising, but it comes with unique challenges. Schwab, Kristin 714
Technique Rx: cross-training solutions for your biggest challenges in the studio. Feller, Alison 1116
The arc of artistry: how three ballerinas have deepened their approach to a career-defining role. Carman, Joseph Interview 1539
Trouble in paradise: how to keep your career on track when your company is suffering. Hamilton, Linda 740
Upheaval at Staatsballett Berlin: the appointment of Sasha Waltz and Johannes Ohman has already proved controversial. Cappelle, Laura 393
What's on your mind? Letter to the editor 149
Why I dance: by Sasha Hutchings: Broadway performer. Hutchings, Sasha 465

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