Jacques d'Amboise

National Dance Institute gives students free dance classes. Why? Because arts education matters.
News of death bursts through the door, breaks your heart, and emotional chaos destroys the peace. This claxon sounding of all futures marks the final note of a life, bringing the aria to an end that is a beginning.
Would I ever have ventured to see Seven Brides for Seven Brothers remade on a New York stage? Doubtful. All that death-defying Michael Kidd choreography cannot be replicated away from the camera, I would have thought. But outdoors in London in August? Why not?
As the house lights slowly dim over the audience, the stage begins to glow with an electric pulse. No it is not the thousand watts of spotlights that illuminate the theatre causing the glow, but the smiles of hundreds of children taking the stage at the National Dance Institute performance of "This Land Is Our Land."
she remarks. At first Balanchine fashions himself the Pygmalion who will transform her back into what she once was. Then
Tanaquil LeClercq was a lithe, angular beauty, a dancer who graced ballet until polio struck, paralyzing her and ending her
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As artists and people dedicated to the arts, it is our responsibility to spearhead arts education -- and help integrate it into our education systems.
Szot and O'Hara will perform a concert version of songs from five Lerner and Loewe musicals, Camelot, Paint Your Wagon, Gigi, Brigadoon and My Fair Lady.