Part of our Beyond
the Studio curriculum
 
Introducing our Open Books initiative, a curated list of literature on dance, the arts, and life skills directly related to our monthly Saturday Series workshops, with authors including Misty Copeland and Twyla Tharp. Check out this season's reading list here.
NYU Langone Harkness Center for Dance Injuries

This month, the Flight Path company is visiting the Harkness Center for Dance Injuries at NYU Langone for individual assessments by licensed clinicians, aimed at preventing dance injuries before they occur. To read more about their program, visit their website here.
Q&A with choreographer Kenneth L Roberson
 
We sat down with Broadway choreographer and Flight Path Board member Kenneth L Roberson (Avenue Q, All Shook Up, Purlie) to ask him all about the pursuit of a career in dance. Read what Kenneth had to say about the lessons he's learned and the big picture perspective here.

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The Australian Ballet's artistic health team has become a reference worldwide, and not just because they got David Hallberg back onstage after his two-year struggle with injuries. Their results speak for themselves: While foot stress fractures and hip arthroscopies are common elsewhere in the ballet world, The Australian Ballet hasn't had any in over a decade.

Dr. Sue Mayes, the company's principal physiotherapist since 1997 and director of the team, has developed a research-based approach that is now being emulated by other companies. In The Australian Ballet's state-of-the-art Melbourne health and fitness facility, she shared some of her best tips...

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