Healthy Dancer Summer Feature Alicia Holloway Where do you dance? Share a bit about your journey in dance… Dance Theatre of Harlem I began dancing at the age of three, then when I was thirteen years old, I moved away
Dealing with Casting At just about every level, dancers experience the doubt and insecurity that comes with casting decisions by artistic staff. I remember back all the way to my first experience with casting in the Nutcracker at age 12.
It’s only November but already, planning is at the front of my mind. I’ve started thinking about my vision for 2017, what I’d like to accomplish and how I’d like to make a difference. This week, I’d like to help
Lauren Herfindahl is one of those dancer’s who you’re impressed by even before you see her dance. Her professional career started at a very young age, which can be super stressful, but she is doing amazingly well. She took part in
As you know, registration is now open for the January 2016 round of The Whole Dancer Program, an in – depth, 8 – week program to help you find healthy pathways to become the most successful dancer you can possibly
Ahhh, the relaxation that comes with the end of Nutcracker Season. Typically this is a time when your company may have a lay off or your school may be closed for a break. Depending on where you are geographically and
In a lot of ballet companies, Nutcracker season proves to be the busiest, most hectic time of year. Add to that your personal holiday commitments and you can easily fall into overwhelm. There’s a lot of very unhealthy tactics dancers
When I was a young dancer, social media and youtube were not what they are today. I got my dance inspiration from dvd’s and even vhs tapes (ok, now I’m showing my age). I watched The Turning Point, The Red