Some articles on dancers, dancer:
... Entry is reserved for young student-dancers, aged 15 through 18, who have not yet been in professional employment and open to candidates of all nationalities ... Youth America Grand Prix, which allows dancers from each competition to benefit from the scholarship opportunities available at both ... in the world help create a wider network of opportunity for young dancers worldwide ...
... Originally, the O'Farrell Theatre's management paid their dancers a flat fee per shift in the 1980s, they replaced that fee with the federal minimum. 1994, Vince Stanich (the ecdysiasts' boss) created a separate company, Dancers Guild International (DGI), and changed the dancers' status from paid employees to that of unpaid "independent contractors ... plaintiffs would ultimately number more than 500), arguing that Stanich's reclassification of the dancers as independent contractors was unlawful and that they were owed back wages ...
... See also category Dancers of the Scottish Ballet Constance Devernay Nathalie Dupouy Brenda Lee Grech Amy Hadley Bethany Kingsley-Garner Laura Kinross Katie Webb Marge Hendrick Remi Andreoni Lewis ...
... It is usually taught to young dancers who are not yet prepared to learn the entire Sword Dance ... Pas de Basques and Highcuts are only competed in by Primary dancers ... This is the first competition level for young dancers ...
... Many tribal fusion dancers use the ATS "uniform" as a basis for costuming, but usually not all together ... by the nature of the fusion - flamenco fusion dancers will wear flamenco skirts, burlesque fusion dancers will wear feathers etc ... Pants are now worn by almost every tribal fusion belly dancer ...
Famous quotes containing the word dancers:
“I am for those who believe in loose delights, I share the midnight orgies of young men,
I dance with the dancers and drink with the drinkers.”
—Walt Whitman (18191892)
“I have forgiven all the old actors for dying.
A new one comes on with the same lines,
like large white growths, in his mouth.
The dancers come on from the wings,
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“Look. And the dancers move
On the departed, snow bushed green, wanton in moon light
As a dust of pigeons. Exulting, the grave hooved
Horses, centaur dead, turn and tread the drenched white
Paddocks in the farms of birds. The dead oak walks for love.”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)