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Battleworks: A Column By Robert Battle

29 Apr 2010 – 8:26 AM | Comments
Battleworks: A Column By Robert Battle

A column by Robert Battle for Movmnt Magazine. Battle is the new Artistic Director of the legendary Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre

Protected: American Impotence, column by Mario Spinetti

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Protected: American Impotence, column by Mario Spinetti

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The Reality of Broadway, column by Frank Conway*

8 Dec 2009 – 7:06 AM | Comments
The Reality of Broadway, column by Frank Conway*

I have to admit that I am not a fan of American Idol. In fact, I call it American Yodel. No one ever sings just one note. They warble and wail and riff all around it. I thought it was a fad that would fade away, but I was wrong. The country is fixated on American Idol, and Broadway has taken notice.

The Calling – Column by Mia Michaels

18 Oct 2009 – 10:32 AM | Comments
The Calling – Column by Mia Michaels

Mia Michaels column for movmnt magazine. Mia is a world-renowned choreographer. She was recently awarded her first Emmy Award for Outstanding Choreography for Calling You, created in 2006 for Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance.

Celebrate The Phenomenon

17 Mar 2009 – 5:50 AM | Comments
Celebrate The Phenomenon

Countless pages have been written about advancements in the fields of technology, medicine, even sports. Is the same focus and attention being offered the arts, particularly the world of dance. A column by New York City Dance Alliance Director Joe Lanteri.

Mario Spinetti – Your Song

27 Jan 2009 – 8:27 PM | Comments
Mario Spinetti – Your Song

Mario Spinetti: How do you define a song?
Damon Donau: Well, “Happy Birthday” is a song. It stems from melody. It has a theme. It’s a melodic expression of ideas.
Brandon Intelligator: But then there are bands like Autolux that make melody out of noise.

and the conversation continues…

That’s what a great song is. Hell, that’s what great art is. If you want to be technical, a song should have a melody, and itmay or may not have a lyric, but the bottom line is that in order for it to be substantial it has to come from a place of truth and experience — otherwise why write it?

Confessions of a Bad Boy by Rasta Thomas

10 Dec 2008 – 3:23 AM | Comments
Confessions of a Bad Boy by Rasta Thomas

Rasta Thomas opens up in a rare column about his battles, as a dancer, now a company director, but over all, as an individual.

The Truth About Alisan Porter

5 Dec 2008 – 1:40 PM | Comments
The Truth About Alisan Porter

Dancer, choreographer, teacher, TV, film and Broadway star – Alisan Porter shares her experiences of being a child star and finding herself as a performer.

Confession of a Choreographer – Column by Mia Michaels

10 Jul 2008 – 3:51 PM | Comments
Confession of a Choreographer – Column by Mia Michaels

Mia Michaels’ 4th column for movmnt magazine: “Your reality is your reality. Your perception is your perception. Whatever your truth is, it is. Trying to understand the difference between your truth and the truth of others that has been embedded in your consciousness and being is a great challenge. How do we honestly know the difference?”

In Bed with Mia: A Midsummer Daydream

19 Mar 2008 – 4:23 PM | Comments
In Bed with Mia: A Midsummer Daydream

A midsummer daydream with Choreographer Mia Michaels in an exclusive movmnt fashion editorial featuring and written by Mia Michaels.

Checking Inn, Hotels Life’s Style

19 Mar 2008 – 4:11 PM | Comments
Checking Inn, Hotels Life’s Style

Hotels are the only real constant for the perpetual traveler, and as such, they thread a sense of continuity throughout the world.