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All the Times Emma Portner and Ellen Page Proved They're #CoupleGoals

All the Times Emma Portner and Ellen Page Proved They're #CoupleGoals

All the Times Emma Portner and Ellen Page Proved They're #CoupleGoals Earlier this week, choreographic cool girl Emma Portner and actor/actually-very-good dancer Ellen Page warmed our (literally) icy hearts by announcing their marriage: Instagram post by @ellenpage • Jan 3, 2018 at 8:19pm UTC We couldn’t be happier for the two creative powerhouses, who have demonstrated the true meaning of CoupleGoals many times over: 1. When we realized that Page has just as much of ... Read More »

Bringing up Bondy

Bringing up Bondy

Bringing up Bondy Is it not enough that the more ignorant segments of the public and the critical establishment continue to shout praise to David McVicar‘s torpid Tosca as the greatest triumph of the reactionary since the Bourbon Restoration? Must we also endure the smug smirking of the likes of Justin Davidson, who yet again has leapt at the opportunity to kick the cold corpse of Luc Bondy?  Look, everyone at the time notes that the ... Read More »

The Self-Care Secrets this Hofesh Shechter Dancer Swears By On Tour

The Self-Care Secrets this Hofesh Shechter Dancer Swears By On Tour

The Self-Care Secrets this Hofesh Shechter Dancer Swears By On Tour Rachel Fallon’s first year with the Hofesh Shechter Company has been spent largely on the road. The company performs frequently, and almost always on tour. “Because we are constantly out of our home setting, I like to have some sort of routine that I can count on,” says Fallon. She shares how she stays centered despite the nearly-constant traveling. Finding Activities That Feel Like ... Read More »

8 Simple Tools For Starting Your Ceramics Project

8 Simple Tools For Starting Your Ceramics Project Ceramics is a tried and true #art form that spans centuries. Why not take a stab at it? Here we offer you 8 tools from Blick to get you started! The post 8 Simple Tools For Starting Your Ceramics Project appeared first on Artists Network. Source: Fine art 8 Simple Tools For Starting Your Ceramics Project Read More »

Cold Weather Skin-Savers

Cold Weather Skin-Savers

Cold Weather Skin-Savers Between the brutal cold and wind outside mixed with the heat that’s always on blast in the studio, keeping your skin from turning dry and cracked in the winter is already hard. Add sweating in class and rehearsal every day on top of that, and it can seem nearly impossible to keep your skin in check. We asked dermatologist Dr. Marina Peredo and Ballet West’s Gabrielle Salvatto for their best tips on ... Read More »

#tbt: The Choreographer Who Helped Launch Marilyn Monroe's Career

#tbt: The Choreographer Who Helped Launch Marilyn Monroe's Career

#tbt: The Choreographer Who Helped Launch Marilyn Monroe's Career In the January 1968 issue of Dance Magazine , we had a candid conversation with Jack Cole. Though less well-known than his choreographic successor, Bob Fosse, Cole was arguably the father of theatrical jazz dance. He danced for Ruth St. Denis, Ted Shawn and Doris Humphrey and was well versed in traditional styles from other cultures (such as bharatanatyam and Javanese dance), influences he brought to ... Read More »

The Otter Limits

The Otter Limits

The Otter Limits Scheming Anne-Sofie von Otter offs her brother and sons before the opera even begins? You bet! “Trove Thursday” begins 2018 with her devious Médée in Lully’s Thésée from a decade ago conducted by Emmanuelle Haïm.  Although she once made a French baroque CD including bits of Charpentier’s Médée, a big star like von Otter performing in a staging of a Lully work isn’t necessarily what one might expect. But since the turn ... Read More »

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