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May 5: Today in Dance

Born Today: Arlene Croce

Dance writer Arlene Croce (1934-) graduated from Barnard College in 1955 and founded the Ballet Review magazine in 1965. Although ballet is of primary concern in her writings, she also writes about social and film dance — in fact her book The Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers Book (1972) cemented her reputation as the expert on the dance movie duo. She served as a dance critic for the New Yorker magazine…




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Dawn Davis Loring

Dawn Davis Loring

Dance writer and historian, teacher, and advocate. Book Dance Appreciation, published by Human Kinetics. Apple podcast - Today in Dance.

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