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This Dallas dancer looks to challenge the idea of the "starving artist"
Alexandra Light is looking to transition from a full-time dancer to a full-time choreographer.
This holiday season, things are looking up for performing arts organizations
Classics like "The Nutcracker" and "A Christmas Carol" bring needed ticket revenue to arts nonprofits.
Virtual auditions likely to continue for dancers, actors and other performers
The taped auditions, widely used during the pandemic, can be expensive for those who have to pay for space to film them.
How the "Great Reassessment" brought this Dallas dancer to confront the gender gap in dance
Even though there are more female dancers than there are male, men dominate leadership positions.
Some performers say "Fortnite" is stealing their dances and should share the wealth
Can you copyright a dance move?
The shoes that make the dancer
A ballet dancer talks about her pointe shoes.
The global influence of hip hop and breakdancing
Filmmaker Adam Sjöberg chronicles the lives of b-boys and girls around the world.