Love is ...

Love … is a myriad of meaning.

Royals Tap

A New York tap-dancer’s twist to Lorde’s Royals.

Melly Mel Inspires

Mélissa ‘Melly Mel’ Flérangile is committed to re-investing her personal, dance-generated income so that she can offer high-quality dance instruction in under-served, often remote, areas of the globe.

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Sia, Shia, and Maddie: The Elastic Heart

By Philip Szporer

The new year has started off with a bang, courtesy of the Australian singer-songwriter Sia and her latest music video, Elastic Heart. The video features a warring dance by actor-turned-performance artist Shia LaBeouf and the phenomenal dance sensation Maddie Ziegler, best known for her appearance on the competition reality series Dance Moms.


Beyond the ephemerality of dance

The positive impact artists can have in the fight against climate change By Eric Beauchesne

Eric Beauchesne talks about the positive impact dance artists can have in the fight against climate change.

Bringing 1988 Back

The 1988 Crystal Light National Aerobic Championship Opening.


Two short dance films both titled Melt.

Getting to the Nutcracker

Getting to the Nutcracker, a documentary by filmmaker Serene Meshel-Dillman about all the preparation that goes into getting ready for the year’s most-loved ballet.

Audacious Adi

Slide aside Lil Buck, Audacious Adi is here.

En Pointe

The Australian Ballet shares video of three of their dancers’ pointe shoe rituals.

OK Dance

The American alternative rock band OK Go are known for known their quirky and elaborate music videos. This new video is no exception.

Springboard Danse Montréal

Springboard Danse Montréal celebrates twelve years with a performance installation at their fundraising event - 12 Years of Community + Artistry - in New York City.

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Dancing Through Words with Wendy Perron

By Philip Szporer

To promote her new book Through the Eyes of a Dancer, Wendy Perron, the noted American choreographer, dancer, writer and editor, participated in a lively and wide-ranging conversation with colleague Maura Keefe for Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival’s PillowTalks.

Bach Meets Breakdance

Classical music and urban dance come together with Flying Steps, a Berlin-based breakdance crew touring to Toronto and Montréal in October.

Writers & Readers

Michelle Khoo’s Austrian Diary

By Michelle Khoo

In July, fifteen-year-old Goh Ballet Academy student Michelle Khoo travelled to Europe for the first time to participate in the Wien Welt Wettbewerb competition. Before she left for Austria, we asked Michelle to keep a diary about her experiences to share with our younger readers.

Yellow Towel

Dana Michel’s solo Yellow Towel wins inaugural award at the 2014 ImPulsTanz: Vienna International Dance Festival.

Dancing for Days

Matt Bray from Naperville, Illinois, records himself dancing for over 120 days in a row to Canned Heat by Jamiroquai in this edited compilation.

Chalk and Soot

This summer’s Jacob’s Pillow Dance Award recipient, John Heginbotham, premieres his new work Chalk and Soot.

There's an app for that!

Passe-Partout is “a new app that explores dance for the digital tablet,” allowing users to mix and match choreography and watch their work on the screen.

The Evolution of Juggling

American performer Jay Gilligan teaches the evolution of juggling, throwing in some exciting tricks with traditional and non-traditional props.

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