if you win this season, celebrate like he did Go »
This carefree daddy long legs flew down to Rio to stay at a Holiday Inn for a royal wedding, put a top hat on his funny face, followed a fleet to an Easter parade, and asked a damsel in distress three little words: Shall we dance? Go »
One of the current principal stars of the American Ballet Theatre was technically born in England. Go »
One of Hollywood's most celebrated dancers did everything her partner did, but backwards in high heels. Go »
This American dancer in Paris never learned not to stick her neck out. Go »
This star dancer showed off her American talent in remakes about loose-footed greasers. Go »
Pop a cork for this dancer with two mirror balls. Go »
One of his best-known shows is set in a swank bar. Go »
His Irish heritage strongly influenced his river-based dance show. Go »
This Oscar-nominated dancer made it from Russia to New York by way of Canada. Go »
The first African-American ballerina in her theater company was also the first to point out that a centuries-old Russian ballet should no longer feature blackface. Go »
When I try to explain how a dancer and choreographer is qualified to judge aspiring singers, I usually come up short. Go »
Broadway gained both the noise and the funk thanks to this tap dancer. Go »
Have you ever watched ballet and thought, this could use more Beach Boys? So has she. Go »
Cited as the greatest male dancer of the early 20th century, he spent time interred during WWI and was in and out of mental institutions for thirty years. Go »
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