If you’re a photographer, or simply a parent who’s taken an interest in photography, you want to get the best possible photos every time. Consider these suggestions on how to do it.
Whether you’re a forgetful person or always on top of your game, don’t forget these five essentials!
Consider these tips on how to balance dance and schoolwork.
Consider these tips on how to begin your own musical theater program.
If you’re a new studio owner looking for some ideas on decorating your new space or just looking to refresh your current space, you might be seeking out a DIY way to create dance studio decor that won’t break the bank! Decorating can be so stressful, time consuming and expensive—especially when you’re doing DIY projects […]
Let your dancers shine in these costume trends for 2016.
Don’t let your nerves get in the way of showcasing all you have to offer as a dancer. Follow these tips to help you have the best audition possible.
While putting on The Nutcracker with your studio is sure to wow, why not try something new this year? These five holiday-themed performances are fresh and creative celebrations of the season.
If you’ve been considering starting an adaptive dance program at your studio, you may be wondering what it should entail and how to get it off the ground.
Here’s what dance teachers should know about improving on-stage chemistry between their students.
Here’s a guide that will help you capture the best pictures and transform them into invaluable works of art.
This year, don’t just pull together a last-minute potluck for your dancers. Use one of these four fun end-of-season ideas to host a bash that no one will forget.
There are a number of ways that you can get those creative juices flowing and start planning plies and box turns again.
If you’re thinking about giving crowdfunding a try, here are some tips and tricks to make the most of your campaign.
If you’re selling bouquets for the first time, here are some tips to help you make the most out of this recital extra.