Dance

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On the Job: Choreographer

Choreographer Lori Belilove pays homage to Isadora Duncan, the mother of contemporary dance

In 1851, Herman Melville completed his opus, Moby-Dick, in the shadow of Mount Greylock (the view from his study); some see the form of a white whale in the winter contours of the peak--"like a snow hill in the air," as Melville put it.

The Berkshires

The hills are alive with the sounds of Tanglewood plus modern dance, the art of Norman Rockwell and a tradition that goes back to Nathaniel Hawthorne

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The Jitterbug Met R&B

And the shag, a stylish Southern dance, was born and reborn along the Carolina coast

Dancing on Air

With nylon ropes and steely nerves, Project Bandaloop performs high above the crowds

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Ziggedy Bop! Tap Dance Is Back on Its Feet

It's been a mainstay of stage and screen; now after years in revival, a truly American art form returns full force, with energy and innovation

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Farewell Do-si-do, Hello "Scoot and Counter...Percolate!"

In modern Western square dancing, you still see lots of petticoats and legs, but there are new calls, new steps and new rules

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The Wolcott Children's Ballet: In the Backwoods, Dancing Their Hearts Out

It's a story grounded in a real labor of love — sore muscles, hand-stitched costumes, and dreams of grace and aspirations fulfilled

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