If you are in NYC don’t miss this wonderful evening of dance, design and discussion at FIT with a choreographer Marilyn Klaus and her costume designer Catherine Zehr, as they dissect the creations for Ballet with a Twist.
I know shoes can be one of the most costly expenses for dancers, so I wondered if the costs have kept up with inflation. I started my research with a 1958 Taffy’s catalog. Read this if you want to know… Continue Reading →
Rachel Moore, Executive Director of ABT, made the career transition from dancer to educator and made a difference. Read about her dance pathway in this recent article from the LA Times.
College is an important part of your dance career, it can take you places you never dreamed of. Here is my article about going to college to dance posted on the Dance Life blog.
Color, fabrics, tutu lengths – how a designer revitalizes a classic. Here is a great article about the new costumes for the ABT Classic: Sleeping Beauty. Based on the original designs by Leon Baskt, this new version sounds like a visual feast.
Things you should know to help your dancers follow their dreams, and discover their I am proud to announce that I will be giving a seminar at The Pulse – Teacher Workshop this summer! Dance Colleges and Careers Things you… Continue Reading →
Dance fashion isn’t like streetwear. Think about it. Dancer’s have dressed the same for decades. Fabrics change, shoe construction changes, but overall we look the same, year after year. Here’s a fun quiz recently posted on Dance Life.
You know, a dancer and an entrepreneur? Most of us are that special combination. I made up the word, and then wrote a blog on how you can tell if you fit the description. Here is a link to that blog posted on The National Dance… Continue Reading →
There is a big push in higher education to focus on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) training. And there is big money available to develop those curriculum. Many have suggested we change the acronym to STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math),… Continue Reading →