You might be stuck at home in lockdown, but with the power of the internet, almost anything is possible. So, take a much-needed break from the news, pause your playlist of cute cat videos and join us on a digital dance journey around the world. Our dance passport challenge brings you to six different countries, […]

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When I first went into self-quarantine with my family, I worried about the difficulty of finding online dance resources. Hence, I frantically came up with 60+ things for dancers to do at home and compiled a list of the useful dance at home resources amid Covid-19. Ironically, nearly three weeks into lockdown, I’ve started to […]

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Plenty of online dance lessons and streaming dance performances have cropped up in response to the massive lock-down caused by Covid-19. (In fact, we just wrote about these fantastic resources that allow you to enjoy dance at home.) But nothing ramps up social [media] interaction like a good dance challenge. These dance challenges, born during the […]

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Understandably, you may feel disappointed, missing out on incredible live dance shows and uplifting dance classes at your local studio. We completely empathize, but you can still enjoy dance at home. Although appropriately social distancing, the dance community has pulled together to offer online dance classes, stream dance performances and create fun dance challenges, such as #quarantinedance […]

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Here’s how I keep busy dancing, connecting with the dance community and practicing self-care as Covid-19 rages on.

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These 60+ activities can keep dancers busy at home: learning new choreography, creating dance, “taking care of [dance] business” and more.

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If you love to dance, you may be wondering how to make money as a dancer – or even how to answer the undying question: “What are you going to do with a dance major?” The ‘starving artist’ stereotype perseveres, but there are plenty of fulfilling jobs in the dance industry, along with other dance-related […]

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Choreographed by Kate Prince, ‘Message in a Bottle’ follows refugees as they flee home and adjust to life in a new country – all to music composed by Sting.

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Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan performs ’13 Tongues,’ by new Artistic Director Cheng Tsung-Lung, and the latest work by Lin Hwai-Min, entitled ‘Dust.’

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Viviana Durante Company celebrates the modern dance pioneer Isadora Duncan in a triple bill called Isadora Now, including her Dance of the Furies from 1911.

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Dance books make great gifts for dancers, so browse through our list of dance literature for your dance friends – or to add to more dance books to your own collection.

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La Casa del Flamenco in Seville provides a beautiful venue in a convenient location for ‘tablao’ flamenco performances.

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