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  • She authored or edited four books that illustrated the possibilities of dance scholarship: The Modern Dance: Seven Statements of Belief (1966), Doris Humphrey: An Artist First (1972), Dance as a Theater Art, (1974), and Next Week, Swan Lake (1982).

    We Remember - Selma Jeanne Cohen, 1920 - 2005

  • The sexy skaters line up once more to bring us the must watch dance show of the season (next to So you think you can dance, and Got to Dance, and Dancing On Hot Coals - I made that one up, but wouldn't you like to see it?)

    Queer Sighted

  • Higher education in dance takes place at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, founded by Hassia Levi-Agron in 1960.

    Dance in the Yishuv and Israel.

  • She worked closely with the Israeli dance pioneers in both the United States and in Israel and was a member of the International Folk Music (and Dance) Council, under UNESCO, where she represented Jewish dance.

    Israeli Folk Dance Pioneers in North America.

  • I invite all South Africans of every hue and creed to mark this month in dance, to Celebrate our Dance to Celebrate Our Heritage.

    ANC Today

  • Music and dance was the perfect vehicle to convey Aids awareness to people in rural areas, Home Affairs Minister Mangosuthu Buthelezi told competitors of the African Cultural Music and Dance

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • As we love to keep up the dance, if we are not leading the reader a dance, we give _A Dance in Hoops_, as described in a fashionable novel, just published: --

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 13, No. 353, January 24, 1829

  • • WEB SITE QUOTE: "Laura Left's background in gymnastics, dance and flying trapeze combined with Helena Right's degree in Dance from North Carolina School of the Arts, creates a unique quality and style you can see throughout their duo work."

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  • "When you take dance out of the theater, it becomes more personal, more human and more exposed," says Pearlann Porter, Pillow Project director and founder who was named one of Dance

    Columnist: Keith Groller

  • She directs her own dance studio in Delcambre, Dance

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