"One thing that's amazing is how different each dance is, but how they all fit their music, " Allison Perhach
"... the biggest challenge for me in this piece is trying to find a Spanish girl inside me..." dancer Melissa Meng
For our Sugar Plum Fairy, the third time is just one of the charms.
Getting ready for the Potpourri of the Arts means learning not only new movements, but new cultural traditions as well.
"Light and Shade" marks the first time IU Ballet Theater has performed choreography by the great Martha Graham.
"You've got to merge with the choreography that's been handed down since 1890, but now, it's more athletic." Michael Vernon
Donald Mahler, in ballet an eager dancer and then a reluctant coach!
Here's a look at what's in the limelight for the week of February 28 in national arts news.
The IU Ballet performs "The Baker Dances," a new work by composer David Baker with choreography by Joshua Bergasse.
The Windfall Dancers provides a space for young and old alike to get active. Their studio includes two sprung dance floors, which is unique to Bloomington.