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More on Politics, Theater Capacity and the Edifice Complex

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Build the church for Easter Sunday or for the whole year?

6 Skills Young Arts Managers Need to Have

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Because problem solvers really do need problems to solve.

Marketing Classical Arts in a Modern World

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From the war for attention, notes from the battlefield.

What Show Must Go On?

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What is the point of live performance now that there’s an Internet?

Projection Mapping: The Future of Performance

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Thanks, Katy Perry.

Our Lady of the Perpetual Disruption

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Audiences don't lack time for performing arts. They don’t want to spend it on us.

Taking Flight: An Interview with Michaela DePrince

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Why not more female dancers "darker than a brown paper bag"?

“Keanu Fu” at the Grand Mal Ballet

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Innovations within artistic traditions tend to fold in on themselves over time.

If Taylor Swift Says Dance Is Cool, Dance Is Cool

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Dance is officially enveloped into the fabric of American pop culture.

Arts, Sports, Marketing, “Smarketing” — and Me

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To a baker, it’s the recipe. To a painter, the palette. To a programmer, the code.

Misty Copeland in a Michael Brown World

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The struggle for social justice does not end because Misty Copeland has a good commercial agent.

When to Take Your Final Bow? The Performer’s Paradox

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“How many more years am I going to do this?”

On the Wit and Theatricality of Clark Tippet

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"The only thing we know for sure is that we're all going into the future…"

Battle Ballet: Artistic Integrity vs. Commercial Viability

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The goal is easy: make everyone happy, all the time.

When Free People, American Dance Fell On Their Faces

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Inauthentic malarkey and ass-hat nonsense.

The After-Effects of the Balanchine Body on American Ballet

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George Balanchine was not a racist, but...

Dances of Future Past

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The Internet is the end of supply-side dancernomics.

The Cray Cray History of Ballet

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Let’s all embrace that ballet history is weird.

Johnny Cash Tribute Dances Around a “Ring of Fire”

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The Nashville Ballet's performance celebrated Johnny and June's love.

Knowing When to Fold ‘Em

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Why would a successful dance company shut down?
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Herman Cain (and Republicans Unable)

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And then there was Jerry Falwell, Jr., with his open pants, evangelical FUPA and his hands veering into prime side-boob territory with -- hey, doesn't she have a name?