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The Queens Southside Seahawks cheerleading squad will compete in Florida for the 2018 American Youth Football & Cheer National Competition in December. Comment
Forest Hills

Forest Hills dancer showcases her moves across the country

What’s sexy and saucy and breathes love and sensuality? Comment
Long Island City

Queensboro Dance Festival shakes things up at Hunter’s Point Park

Rooted in centuries-old traditions birthed far away in an autonomous region of China called Inner Mongolia is a rich cultural past now revealed bursting with ancient song and dance. Comment

Queensboro Dance Festival tours the borough

The Physical Plant, a Queens-based dance and production company, is presenting its fifth annual Queensboro Dance Festival. Comment
Long Island City

Queens students can perform alongside RIOULT’s professional dancers

Sadly, fables have become an almost forgotten genre of reading, what with the plethora of modern-day children’s books written for a new generation of precocious kids. Comment

Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company takes the stage at Flushing Town Hall

Flushing Town Hall will play host to a dynamic perofrmance as the Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company returns to perform Sunday, April 15, at 1 p.m. Comment

RIOULT Dance NY takes the stage at Queens Theatre

Imagine a mind-blowing musical tableau featuring an unexpected mix of classical music juxtaposed against a canvas of expressionistic dance moves. What would that look and sound like? You can bet the end result will be nothing short of mesmerizing. Comment

Young choreographers selected to show works at LaGuardia Performing Arts Center

Despite an always-changing world and the addictive draw of technology and social media, something as important as the arts should never be cast aside or forgotten. But behind the scenes, it seems that keeping the arts alive and relevant has been an ongoing challenge for creators, choreographers, artistic directors and producers, despite their best efforts – especially these days, with rising rents, a shortage of studio space, and changing audiences. Comment



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