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Articles from Dance Magazine (November 1, 2017)

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Title Author Type Words
70 Years Ago This Month. Brief article 164
A Second Chapter, in Sneakers: The former NYCB principal Janie Taylor rediscovers dance with L.A. Dance Project. Bauer, Claudia 1168
ADVOCATE FOR YOUR ART: How to get better at speaking up for what you need as a dance artist. Casey, Ryan P. 1640
Back to the Classics: Costumes inspired by three of our all-time favorite prima ballerinas. Desantis, Marissa Brief article 256
Breaking the News: How to share personal news your director might not want to hear. Henderson, Garnet 825
Can We Stop "Emerging," Already? Why this common label for choreographers causes so many groans. Burke, Siobhan 1290
Cooking with "Tanny" Le Clercq: Works & Process celebrates The Ballet Cook Book. Escoyne, Courtney 346
Dancer with BalletX and co-director of duende. Perkes, Chloe 413
Danielle Peazer: The classically trained commercial dancer created her own workout method. Desantis, Marissa Interview 497
Donna McKechnie: The Broadway luminary talks first auditions, her latest role and why she's still dancing in her 70s. Traiger, Lisa Interview 591
In the Kitchen with Leah Ives: Why the Trisha Brown dancer is obsessed with eggs. Kay, Lauren 395
International. Directory 617
Making Magic. Escoyne, Courtney Brief article 108
Mountain-Town Tech: Lumberyard and BAM team up to create a new rural-urban dance pipeline. Schaefer, Brian 501
Not Feeling Flexible. Hamilton, Linda Brief article 309
Portrait of an Artist. Escoyne, Courtney Book review 136
Sarah Steele. Traiger, Lisa Interview 482
Scarred for Life? Hamilton, Linda Brief article 282
Speak Up. Stahl, Jennifer Editorial 278
Stronger Than You Think: Learning to cope with rejection. Marks, Andrea 1139
Tackle Tricky Characters: Expert tips from ABT's acting guru. Schwab, Kristin Interview 630
The Business-Savvy Student: Learning entrepreneurial skills in college is becoming the new norm. Wingenroth, Lauren 490
The Man Who Gets Beyonce in Formation: How JaQuel Knight became Queen Bey's right-hand man. Feller, Alison Interview 671
United States. Directory 10024
West Indies Her Way: Camille A. Brown choreographs her first Broadway musical, Once on This Island. Gold, Sylviane 809
What's on Your Mind? Letter to the editor 114

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