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  • Natalia Osipova: Becoming a Swanby Andrej Uspenski

    OBERON BOOKS Ltd 2013; US$ 17.99

    Natalia Osipova: Becoming a Swan is an intimate portrait of the work of a ballet superstar, and the story told in pictures of how she prepares for the most iconic role in all of ballet. Features over 150 black and white images of Osipova behind the scenes and on stage, including unique glimpses taken from the wings at Covent Garden. Andrej Uspenski... more...

  • No Way Home: A Cuban Dancer?s Storyby Carlos Acosta

    HarperCollins Publishers 2008; US$ 11.34

    The rags-to-riches story of one of the world?s greatest dancers, from his difficult beginnings living in poverty in the backstreets of Cuba to his astronomical rise to international stardom. more...

  • Nureyevby Julie Kavanagh

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2011; US$ 22.00

    Rudolf Nureyev had it all: beauty, genius, charm, passion, and sex appeal. No other dancer of our time has generated the same excitement, for both men and women, on or off the stage. With Nureyev: The Life, Julie Kavanagh shows how his intense drive and passion for dance propelled him from a poor, Tatar-peasant background to the most sophisticated... more...

  • On Stage Aloneby Claudia Gitelman; Barbara Palfy

    University Press of Florida 2012; US$ 24.99

    Soloists ignited the modern dance movement and have been a source of its constant renewal. Pioneering dancers such as Loe Fuller, Isadora Duncan, Ruth St. Denis, and Maud Allan embodied the abstraction and individuality of the larger modernist movement while making astounding contributions to their art. Nevertheless, solo dancers have received far... more...

  • The Oxford Handbook of Dance and Theaterby Nadine George-Graves

    Oxford University Press 2015; US$ 174.99

    The Oxford Handbook of Dance and Theater collects a critical mass of border-crossing scholarship on the intersections of dance and theatre. Taking corporeality as an idea that unites the work of dance and theater scholars and artists, and embodiment as a negotiation of power dynamics with important stakes, these essays focus on the politics and poetics... more...

  • The Principles of Movementby Keith Bain; Michael Campbell

    OBERON BOOKS Ltd 2015; US$ 23.99

    With contributions by Cate Blanchett, Geoffrey Rush, Baz Luhrmann, Miranda Otto and Hugo Weaving amongst others. From the writings of Keith Bain, Michael Campbell has collated a step-by-step course for students and teachers on the principles and practice of Australia?s great teacher of Movement. In simple language he lays out the secrets of self-knowledge... more...

  • Raising the Barreby Lauren Kessler

    Da Capo Press 2015; US$ 24.99

    An award-winning author's journey to turn off the comfortable cruise-control of midlife and reclaim the daring of her girlhood by dancing in the world's most popular ballet, The Nutcracker , with a professional company. more...

  • Rudolf Nureyevby Julie Kavanagh

    Penguin Books Ltd 2013; US$ 23.98

    Born on a train in Stalin?s Russia, Rudolf Nureyev was ballet?s first pop icon. No other dancer of our time has generated the same excitement ? both on and off stage. Nureyev?s achievements and conquests became legendary: he rose out of Tatar peasant poverty to become the Kirov?s thrilling maverick star; slept with his beloved mentor?s wife; defected... more...

  • Salsa for People Who Probably Shouldn'tby Matt Rendell

    Mainstream Publishing 2011; US$ 20.78

    Every week for much of the year, millions of Brits view and vote on Strictly Come Dancing , with the salsa being one of the most popular dances. Dark, enticing Afro-Caribbean rhythms; moving bodies gently interlaced, responding to the music: at first sight, salsa dancing seems to recover something our regimented British lives suppress. For not much... more...

  • Snake Hipsby Anne Thomas Soffee

    Chicago Review Press 2004; US$ 11.99

    This hilariously uplifting memoir follows an Arab American woman?s merry life as she shimmies her way from getting dumped by her tattoo-artist boyfriend to coming to grips with being single, ample, and 30. Feeling lost and heartbroken, Anne Thomas Soffee moves back home to Richmond, Virginia. Against the wishes of her extended family and friends,... more...