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4 Easy Ways Dancers Can Help Protect The Environment

4 Easy Ways Dancers Can Help Protect The Environment

Happy Earth Day! Though there’s only one date a year dedicated to formally showing our planet a little love, the Earth Day Network works all year long to find solutions to climate change, lessen plastic pollution, and protect the environment and our animals - and so should we. Think one person can’...
  • Opinion
  • by Anne Lauren Luben - 22 Apr 2019
Reviews

Matthew Bourne's Cinderella Relives the Blitz

Matthew Bourne and his history making company, now called New Adventures, tell stories. His one-of-a-kind-productions reprise old movies, old ballets,...

Opinion

Musical Theater Swings: Hardworking and (sometimes) Under-Represented

Hey! It’s Justin Keats again here to talk to you about a small group of people in the musical theater world that are under represented and in my biase...

Interviews

How One Dancer Turned Personal Hardships Into Professional Success

With determination, Carlton Wilborn has paved his rocky road smooth. From his long career, Carlton occupies the first twelve and half pages of a Googl...

Educational

Finding the Best Crowdfunding Platform for Your Project

One of the major issues affecting working dancers today is funding. Sure, you're brimming with amazing ideas for a new show or film, or you want to ta...

Educational

Awesome Female Dancers who Made Dance History

Today, it's all about the ladies! This weekend is the Women's March on Washington, where thousands of women (and people who love them) will gather to...

Reviews

LA Dance Project Offers Big Themes And Glorious Music In New Work By Millepied

Benjamin Millepied and his LA Dance Project are in the midst of a Bach odyssey in their downtown performance space with their latest, epic version of...

Educational

How to Survive - And Thrive - in a Musical Theater Audition

Hey, It’s me again, Justin Keats. Your pal in the world of musical theater. Audition season (or as I like to call it, the 'NYC hunger games') is just...

Interviews

Cheryl Baxter On a 30-Year Career and Working with Kenny Ortega

Choreographer Cheryl Baxter has been working in the industry for over thirty years, in everything from movies to television to the stage. She chatted...

Educational

Jump-Start Your Career by Performing in Holiday Shows

The holiday season. A time for family anxieties, financial struggle, and using all of your acting skills to pretend the formerly listed aren’t really...