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  • “Dance Moms” finale recap: Behind Barres

     
    And so it ends … with another come-from-behind triumph for Chloe, a day of reckoning for Abby, an applause-worthy lecture from Dr. Holly and a ballet instructor who looks like Robert Goulet. But, it doesn't end for long, since all-new eps will be...
  • “Dance Moms” recap: Abby’s Rants-A-Thon

     
    Aw, c'mon, man! I thought I was getting one — just one — episode where we could all sit back and revel in the talent of our favorite little dancers before we wade back into the well-dressed sturm und drang of life at ALDC. I thought tonight'...
  • “Dance Moms” recap: Jill Is Going To Cost Me A Lot Of Money In Therapy

     
    Boy howdy, do things get rolling quickly on this little crankfest! I haven't even come close to maxing out my admiration for the drama mama's fashion choices when the studio door opens and evil strolls in. I mean, Jill. Sporting Linda Evans' Dallas...
  • Local dancer to be featured in Joffrey documentary

     
    Trinette Singleton, an Easton resident and co-artistic director of Repertory Dance Theatre in Allentown, will appear in a new documentary about ballet icon Robert Joffrey and his company, originally in New York but now based in Chicago. Singleton, who...
  • “Dance Moms” recap: The More They Stay The Same

     
    Everybody remember where we left off in April? Maddie stumbled. Chloe soared. Abby bent over, let us see her shake her tail feathers — then hightailed it outta Jersey in shame. Everybody good? Before we begin, quick moment of silence for Hubby Rik...
  • How to stretch your inner dancer

    How to stretch your inner dancer
    For a former dancer, nothing is as humbling as bending over and discovering you can't touch your toes. Not even close. The days of side-splits, deep plies and grands battements are long gone. Merely pointing your toes brings on foot cramps. Blame the day...
  • Tuesday’s Highlights: 'The Biggest Loser' on NBC

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of April 1 - 7 in PDF format TV listings for the week of April 1 - 7 in PDF format are also available at latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv Weekly TV Listings and more......
  • Dance review: Joffrey 'Nutcracker' at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

     
    Robert Joffrey got just about everything marvelously right in his 1987 “Nutcracker,” the last ballet he directed before his death. And the Joffrey Ballet did just about perfectly as well on Thursday, when the company returned with this...
  • Benjamin Millepied and Music Center announce L.A. Dance Project

     
    L.A. Dance Project, founded and directed by Benjamin Millepied, is being launched with a commission, expected to last two years, from Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at the Music Center. Millepied, 34, is a highly sought-after choreographer and is engaged...
  • Kevin McKenzie of American Ballet Theatre looks in on ‘Giselle’

     
    A distinguished guest has been in town this week advising Orlando Ballet on the upcoming production of “Giselle.” Kevin McKenzie, artistic director of American Ballet Theatre, has been looking in on rehearsals for “Giselle” as he...
  • Debbie Allen's new 'Hot Chocolate Nutcracker' gets Goldstar award

     
    The early returns are in, and "The Hot Chocolate Nutcracker," a Tchaikovsky-free original variation written, directed and choreographed by Debbie Allen and performed by her Debbie Allen Dance Academy, appears to have crowd-pleaser potential. It had its...