Melissa Levandowski

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Dance Is Like Thought: Helen Keller Visits Martha Graham’s Studio

From Craig Brown’s <b>Hello Goodbye Hello: A Circle of 101 Remarkable Meetings</b> (<i>public library</i>), which gave us that wonderful daisy chain of encounters between Rudyard Kipling, Mark Twain, and Helen Keller, comes another moving meeting of great spirits, this time between <b>Helen Keller</b>, iconic …

The Mariinsky Ballet in class: last chance to see

Exclusive: a unique opportunity to watch the world famous Mariinsky Ballet in their daily class. Available until Wednesday 13 August<p>In every ballet company, all over the world, the day begins with class. It doesn't matter if you have starred in Swan Lake the previous night, or carried a spear on …

Misty Copeland Has the “Wrong Body” for Ballet. More of Those, Please.

In a new ad for Under Armour, a young girl reads a rejection letter from a ballet academy telling her that she has “the wrong body” for ballet as …

A Simple Dance Move To Transform Your Abs

Photographed By Lauren Perlstein.<p>Okay, so we’ve already established that Katia Pryce is the queen of fun ab exercises. We initially giggled while …

10 Ballet Photos That Prove Dancing Is The Magical Alternative To Walking

In the words of legend Martha Graham: "Dance is the hidden language of the soul." Indeed, there's something particularly powerful about the art form that springs your own body into action, turning your legs, toes and arms into artistic media and the world around you into one never-ending canvas.<p>We …

17 Ballet Icons Who Are Changing The Face Of Dance Today

Ballet has long suffered from a diversity problem. "Classical ballet celebrates pale princesses and fair swans," Olivia Goldhill and Sarah Marsh wrote in The Guardian in 2012. "It's a world where dancers cake their limbs in white powder, and where performers with darker skin don't always feel …