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  • Film shows dance instructor's determination

    The documentary "Dancing in Jaffa" shows renowned ball-room dancer and instructor Pierre Dulaine taking his belief that dance can overcome political and social differences as he applies it to 11-year-old Jewish and Palestinian Israelis. The film,...
  • Bobby Morse pops into Boca for a film fest award

    Yes, that was the famous blue-eyed film and TV actor Robert "Bobby" Morse peeking out from under a Palm Beach International Film Festival cap outside Boca's Cinemark Palace 20. Morse was in town for a nanosecond, fresh from his role as Bertram Cooper...
  • 'Dancing With the Stars' recap: A Disney night shocker!

    Now that we’re halfway through Season 18, “Dancing With the Stars” has made a nod to ABC’s parent company and star Meryl Davis’ uncanny resemblance to Jasmine the princess in Disney theme night, which host Tom Bergeron...
  • Los Angeles Ballet honors Paula Abdul, Jane Seymour, Lori Milken

    Los Angeles Ballet honors Paula Abdul, Jane Seymour, Lori Milken
    The event: Los Angeles Ballet staged its annual gala on Saturday, honoring philanthropist Lori Milken, actress Jane Seymour and entertainer Paula Abdul. (The latter came in from down under, where she is a judge on “So You Think You Can Dance...
  • Film Review: 'Dancing in Jaffa'

    Ballroom dancing bridges gaps between Jewish and Palestinian children in Israel in "Dancing in Jaffa," a surprising, well-crafted documentary about how the celebrated dancer Pierre Dulaine, a veteran of a tremendously successful interethnic program in New...
  • 'Cuban Fury': exclusive clip with Nick Frost and Rashida Jones

    'Cuban Fury': exclusive clip with Nick Frost and Rashida Jones
    In the British dance-off rom-com "Cuban Fury," Nick Frost plays a man who was a champion salsa dancer as a young boy who gave it up. Now an adult office drone, when a new boss arrives from America in the form of Rashida Jones, he is smitten. When he...
  • Orlando Ballet School wins top award in international competition

     Orlando Ballet School wins top award in international competition
    After a tumultuous year in which its main campus was forced to close, the Orlando Ballet School took the top honor at the world's largest student ballet scholarship competition, the Youth American Grand Prix. Orlando Ballet School was given the...
  • Chicago native Allison Semmes stars as Diana Ross in 'Motown the Musical'

    Chicago native Allison Semmes stars as Diana Ross in 'Motown the Musical'
    Chicago native Allison Semmes is a classical singer by training—she has a bachelor's degree in opera from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign—but she grew up with Motown in the house. "That was the popular music of [my parents']...
  • 'Frozen': 'Dancing With the Stars' salutes Disney

    'Frozen': 'Dancing With the Stars' salutes Disney
    There's a good chance "Frozen" fans will hear Oscar-winning "Let It Go" on Monday's edition of "Dancing With the Stars." The show will salute music from beloved Disney animated films, such as "Frozen," "The Little Mermaid," "Aladdin" and "The Lion King....
  • A more upscale Coachella still has some fun ragged edges

    A more upscale Coachella still has some fun ragged edges
    INDIO — The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has been referred to by some as Bro-chella since at least 2008, when the annual desert gathering featured such dude-friendly headliners as Jack Johnson and Roger Waters. The latest edition,...
  • Review: From bright to dark to playful from Paul Taylor Dance

    Review: From bright to dark to playful from Paul Taylor Dance
    Paul Taylor served the first generation of modern dance pioneers as a performer, then helped create and redefine the second as a choreographer. Other societies would long ago have named him a Living National Treasure. Here, at 83, he continues to assert...