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Sarah Daley with Vernard J. Gilmore in Johan Inger's Walking Mad.
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Costume Complications?

Recital season is here and costume-related emergencies are inevitable. Troubleshoot with these simple solutions. 


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Finding Core Stability with Deborah Vogel
                 
The effects of poor core strength can be dire for dancers and negatively impact other parts of the body. To keep abdominals strong and to correct alignment, neuromuscular expert, Deborah Vogel, recommends this simple three-part quadruped series as a daily routine.    
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What the Eye Hears: A History of Tap Dancing

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New York Times dance critic Brian Seibert explores the origins of tap dancing and how it became central to American popular culture. The book chronicles the history, from minstrel shows, vaudeville circuits and nightclubs to Broadway and Hollywood.


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