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Part of a nationwide hip-hop cardio program inspired by music video choreography, these classes are accessible for even the clumsiest among us.
Since painter Joseph Guay and his girlfriend, Tara Lee, met almost four years ago, they’ve fine-tuned their meal plan. Lee dances late hours as co-founder of the new modern ballet company Terminus, so she’s on breakfast duty. Guay handles dinner.
Carefree, crop-topped, posing with her squad like she was ready to slay all day—every time Atlanta dance instructor Mikayla McGee popped up on my feed, I was struck with a serious case of Instagram Envy. Or FOMO. Surely her dance fitness class couldn’t be as cool and fun as it looked in the pictures, right?
When multi-hyphenate Julianne Hough—the 28-year-old actress-meets-dancer-meets-singer-meets-clothing designer—was in Atlanta in 2010 to film the remake of Footloose, she made a vow: Never again would she cut calories and carbs to dangerously low levels.
As the Atlanta Ballet’s first new artistic director in two decades, Nedvigin enters at a pivotal point in the organization’s 87-year history. Infrastructure is strong. Dancers show remarkable versatility. The company culture, based on individual creativity and collaboration, gives its performers a unique radiance onstage. Now it’s Nedvigin’s task to take the company to new heights.
After two decades with the Atlanta Ballet, principal dancer John Welker is pivoting to a new role.