Your Holiday Season Improv Playlist

The leaves have changed colors and drifted to the ground and snow will soon be all around! Get into the season with these songs to improv too. Winter Song Ingrid Michaelson and Sara Bareilles Peppermint Winter Owl City Seasons Future Islands Snow Sleeping At Last [...]
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Cold Weather Skin Hacks

The cold weather is officially here and that means it is time to change up your skincare routine. With these winter skincare hacks, your skin will be loving you and the weather in no time. The key to healthy skin is hydration From summer to [...]
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Stay Cozy with these Five Fall Drinks

The leaves have changed color and we are in love with everything pumpkin spice (especially pumpkin spice lattes). However, going to Starbucks every day is not always friendly to your wallet. That doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your love for warm drinks! Here are [...]
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Dance History Month: Fox Trot

Danced to big band music, the foxtrot resembles the waltz but is danced to a 4/4 time signature. It reached its peak of popularity in the 1930s, but continues to be danced today. Large, elegant, and graceful movements are typical. The female partner usually wears [...]
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Dance History Month: The Quickstep

Created by Caribbean and African American dancers in NYC during the 1920s, the Quickstep is light and upbeat. Unlike the foxtrot, there are often syncopated rhythms and the male partner closes his feet. The quickstep is supposed to appear glamours and elegant with sweeping movements [...]
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Dance History Month: The Waltz

Many ballet dancers may automatically recognize waltz music for its ¾ time signature. Waltz began in Europe sometime during the 16th century. It was both a ballroom and folk dance. In contrast to ballet, it began among the peasant population and was later adopted by [...]
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True or False? Dancer Stereotypes

We love being dancers, but sometimes the stereotypes that go along with being one can be hurtful. Here are some of the most common stereotypes and sayings about dancers broken down. Tell us what you think! “Dance Won’t Get You Anywhere” While the dance field [...]
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