Words from our readers
The cover of the March/April issue is fabulous! It is one of the best dance images I have ever seen. His position is remarkable and technically perfect. The layout and colors are perfect as well!
What a wonderful article on ADLI [“Etudes for the Ages,” March/April 2015]. It is by far the most accurate and insightful piece that has ever been written about ADLI. You are one of the few to understand and articulate the connection between our theory and our practice. Thank you.
Julie Adams Strandberg
Co-Founder and Artistic Director
American Dance Legacy Initiative,
I love your “On My Mind” in the March/April  edition. [Where I teach] we do just that—take dance to the community. It’s a win–win—our students can take advantage of performance opportunities during the year, and those we entertain are delighted with the break in their routine.
Instructor, Mary Ann Studio of Dance
Springfield, Agawam, and Wilbraham, MA
This small encounter with you [as an interview subject for “Kids in Contact,” March/April 2015] came at a very important time. I got even more motivated to focus on ways to formalize my interest in intergenerational contact dance classes and bring this work to kids of different ages. I feel I am strengthening something I am excited to do and develop alongside my work as an improviser/artist/performer. The article is helping me find more opportunities as I have shared it with the people I propose my classes and workshops to. Thank you.
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ