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Selected Dance Books in the Library
Demystifies lighting for the dancer and helps designers understand how the dancer thinks about their art form.
Megan Fairchild, New York City Ballet principal ballerina and Broadway star, shares how she learned to overcome physical and mental challenges, and how we can do the same.
A guide to the lives and work of prominent living contemporary choreographers from a wide range of genres and styles.
Will help performers understand what prevents them from nailing an audition and give them the tools to reach their goals.
The most widely-read Russian ballet manual in the world. Includes contextual analysis; illustrations of movements, forms and positions; and more.
Looks at the many ways ballet functions as a global practice in the 21st century, providing new perspectives on ballet's past, present, and future.
Relates individual exercises to dance techniques and provides movement solutions for dancers of all styles and at all stages of their career.
Tools for scaffolding research skills, along with examples of undergraduate research in all areas of dance scholarship.
Follows the entire process of video dance production: from having an idea, through to choreographing for the screen, filming and editing, and distribution.
Explores dilemmas faced by dance educators in the studio, on stage, on social media, and elsewhere. Accompanied by activities for humanizing dance pedagogy.
Top Dance Databases
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