“Dancing is for everyone,” says the Performing Arts Workshop’s website. This message strikes at the heart of Artistic Director Emily Miller’s mission for her studio: to invite everyone to the dance floor. Ballet’s culture of bodily shame – once considered an industry standard – has no place at the PerformingRead More →

Events Come Dance.Ballet Austin’s annual free dance day. RSVP is encouraged to help Ballet Austin plan. 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sunday. Ballet Austin’s Butler Dance Education Center, 501 W. Third St. balletaustin.org. Mother Earth Day and Nature Festival for the start of the school year. Hear Bill Oliver &Read More →

The instructors and students of Fred Astaire Southbury caught everyone’s attention and won a series of outstanding awards with a spectacular selection of dances and presentations at the New England Dance Sport Competition which took place from Thursday 9 March to Saturday 11 March at the Mystic Marriott hotel. &Read More →

Danny Davis, guitar teacher at the Peacock Performing Arts Center, left, teaches a lesson with Michaela Jones. BEAUTIFUL CABELL bcabell@macon.com Not your typical dance studio, the Peacock Performing Arts Center, which was acquired by new owners last year, offers a “one-stop-shop” for music, dance, and the visual arts. Acquired fromRead More →

Matt Gubb – also known as DJ Gubbwa – wants to bring the genre of progressive house music to Wellington. Drum’n’bass, dubstep, mainstream house – Wellington may already have a rich musical landscape, but a DJ says we’re missing out on an exciting genre. Brooklyn man Matt Gubb, 28, alsoRead More →