dance studio life

 

browse recent issues

December 2014November 2014October 2014All issues

Hip-Hop & JazzDecember 2014

Volume 19 | Issue 10 | Buy a print copy

Content will be available online in early January.

5, 6, 7, 8! Kids!November 2014

Volume 19 | Issue 9 | Buy a print copy

COLUMNS
Ask Rhee Gold
Advice for dance teachers
2 Music Tips for Dance Teachers | The Baroque Period By Nina Pinzarrone
2 Tips for Ballet Teachers | Souped-Up Sauts de Basque By David Arce
2 Tips for Hip-Hop Teachers | Stance and Style By Geo Hubela
2 Tips for Modern Teachers | Fun, Challenges, Success By Bill Evans
2 Tips for Tap Teachers | Spanks and Drawbacks By Thelma Goldberg
EditorSpeak By Karen White and Lisa Okuhn
On My Mind | Words from the Publisher By Rhee Gold

DEPARTMENTS
Classroom Connection By Michelle Knell and Debra Danese
Ideas to incorporate into your curriculum
College Close-Ups | Saint Mary’s College of California
What students need to know about college and university dance programs.
Mail
Words from our readers
FYI
What’s Up In the dance community
Teacher in the Spotlight | Neisha Hernandez
Teachers who make a difference  
Thinking Out Loud | Finding Gratitude By Edwin V. Santana

FEATURES 
Ballet Scene | Up, Up, and Plié! By Thom Watson
Superhero-themed community outreach program teaches kids about healthy choices and ballet.
Bright Biz Idea | Coffee Klatch Meets Ballet By Julia Holt Lucia
Informal, informative, and free, ballet “coffee hours” boost interest and bring in supporters.
Dance Without Limits | Dance For All By Joseph Carman
Methods for teaching dance to people with special needs.
Dance Without Limits | Dance With Todd By Jennifer Kaplan
Adaptive Dance classes produce small victories, big results.
Dance Without Limits | Special Delivery By Christina Raymond
Three approaches to teaching students with disabilities. 
Dancing a Mile in Their Shoes By Megan Donahue
Parent participation classes create closeness, respect, and fun.
Tuning In
Readers recommend their favorite music for young dancers.

Recital RoundupOctober 2014

Volume 19 | Issue 8 | Buy a print copy

COLUMNS
Ask Rhee Gold
Advice for dance teachers
2 Music Tips for Dance Teachers | Music Periods: Medieval & Renaissance By Nina Pinzarrone
2 Tips for Ballet Teachers | Flexed Feet By David Arce
2 Tips for Hip-Hop Teachers | Battles and Nae Naes By Geo Hubela
2 Tips for Modern Teachers | Opening and Closing Rituals By Bill Evans
2 Tips for Tap Teachers | Slaps and Flaps By Thelma Goldberg
EditorSpeak By Cheryl A. Ossola and Lisa Okuhn
On My Mind | Words from the Publisher By Rhee Gold

DEPARTMENTS
Classroom Connection By Dana Aniello and Debra Danese
Ideas to incorporate into your curriculum
College Close-Ups | Oklahoma City University Ann Lacy School of American Dance and Arts Management
What students need to know about college and university dance programs.
Mail
Words from our readers
FYI
What’s Up In the dance community
Teacher in the Spotlight | Susu Hale Prout
Teachers who make a difference  
Thinking Out Loud | Dream Big, Plan Bigger By Jennifer Smith

FEATURES 
A Fabulous Finish By Lea Marshall
Cap off a great recital with a finale that fits.
Artwork Meets Footwork By Megan Donahue
Dances with a fine-arts theme make a unique recital concept.
Ballet Scene | Ballet in Cleveland By Rita Felciano
If one determined woman gets her way, Ohio’s second-largest city will see a resurgence in ballet.
Bright Biz Idea | Frightful Fundraising By Christina Raymond
A haunted house fundraiser makes competition costs a little less scary.
Cut, Line, and Shine By Mary Ellen Hunt
What’s good and what’s not in costuming your kids.
Higher-Ed Voice | Top Tap Programs By Ryan P. Casey
Step aside, ballet and modern-tap stakes a claim in higher-ed.
Magic Touch By Larry Sousa
How to punch up a show with projections.
Making an Entrance By Julie Holt Lucia
Creative lobby displays wow crowds before the show begins.
Program Books With Punch By Misty Lown
Make a profit, a keepsake, and a positive impression.
Ready, Set, Show! By Christina Raymond
Spice up your recitals for years to come with versatile modular set pieces.
Super Staging By Elizabeth Zimmer
For performances that educate students and entertain audiences, look beyond steps to the dynamics of space, time, and place.

Comments are closed