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How Hypnotherapy Saved My Dance Career

How Hypnotherapy Saved My Dance Career

How Hypnotherapy Saved My Dance Career I am a dancer in a successful West End show and a year ago I nearly quit. My anxiety came suddenly and without warning. We were in the middle of a stressful cast change and tensions were high as everyone wanted to prove their value to the production. I felt as though someone flipped a switch in my brain. I started to feel pressure about perfecting my performances and ... Read More »

Why Mia Michaels Has Made Giving Back a Bigger Priority Than Seeking Her Own Success

Why Mia Michaels Has Made Giving Back a Bigger Priority Than Seeking Her Own Success

Why Mia Michaels Has Made Giving Back a Bigger Priority Than Seeking Her Own Success If you’ve been paying attention to famed “So You Think You Can Dance” judge and three-time Emmy award winning choreographer Mia Michaels lately, you’ve probably noticed a shift in her work. Recently, the projects she’s taken on have been all about giving back. Whether it’s her book, “A Unicorn in a World of Donkeys,” which teaches readers how to live ... Read More »

If the World Cup Champions Were Dancers, Here's What Style They'd Do

If the World Cup Champions Were Dancers, Here's What Style They'd Do

If the World Cup Champions Were Dancers, Here's What Style They&039;d Do Congratulations to the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team for their epic World Cup dominance! Now that the tournament is over and we’re basking in all the patriotic feminist glory, we decided to do the only thing that made sense to us as soccer-obsessed dancers: Decide what kind of dancers the USWNT players would be if they made sudden and drastic career changes. We’ve ... Read More »

The Well-Read Dancer: What's On Isabella Boylston's Bookshelf?

The Well-Read Dancer: What's On Isabella Boylston's Bookshelf?

The Well-Read Dancer: What's On Isabella Boylston&039;s Bookshelf? Looking for a good summer read (or several)? Dance Magazine has got you covered. So many of our favorite dance artists are secret (or not-so-secret) bookworms that we decided to ask them for recommendations—and where better to start than American Ballet Theatre principal and #BallerinaBookClub leader Isabella Boylston? She dished about the books she keeps on her nightstand, what she reads when she’s in need of a ... Read More »

What Does It Take to Get Noticed at a Dance Convention?

What Does It Take to Get Noticed at a Dance Convention?

What Does It Take to Get Noticed at a Dance Convention? Conventions can offer myriad opportunities, from making connections to landing college scholarships. But how can a dancer stand out in a sea of talent? We turned to some of our favorite convention faculty to find out. Kayla Kalbfleisch: Jazz teacher at 24 Seven Dance Convention “A dancer who is willing to take risks stylistically will always catch my eye. In convention auditions, there are ... Read More »

“Real talent is a mystery”

“Real talent is a mystery”

“Real talent is a mystery” Born on this day in 1899 film director and producer George Cukor. //www.youtube.com/watch?v=XQc7Mc02OMI Born on this day in 1860 composer Gustav Mahler. //www.youtube.com/watch?v=tf5fM1i3MGQ Born on this day in 1911 composer and librettist Gian Carlo Menotti. //www.youtube.com/watch?v=_kOqseElHqM On this day in 1956 Douglas Moore‘s The Ballad of Baby Doe premiered in Central City, Colorado. //www.youtube.com/watch?v=NWZHO3DP-18 Source: Music-2 “Real talent is a mystery” Read More »

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