Transcript, Episode 84: Lizzo’s TED Talk, Rethinking Arts Admin, and NYCB’s Fashion Gala

Margaret Fuhrer:Hi, dance friends, and welcome to The Dance Edit Podcast. I’m Margaret Fuhrer Lydia Murray:And I’m Lydia Murray. Margaret Fuhrer:We are editors at Dance Media, and in today’s episode, we will discuss pop icon Lizzo’s TED Talk about the history and the heritage of twerking. We will talk about new and creative ways to […]

Transcript, The Dance Edit Extra Episode 3: Garen Scribner on Dance Storytelling and Ethical Arts Leadership

Hi there, dance friends. I’m Margaret Fuhrer, editor and producer of The Dance Edit newsletter and podcast. Welcome to the third episode of The Dance Edit Extra! This week we have a wide-ranging conversation with the absolutely lovely Garen Scribner, who is the ultimate multi-hyphenate—dancer, TV host, video director and producer, he is doing and […]

Transcript, Episode 83: Tony Highs and Lows, Disappearing Dance Programs, and “Birds of Paradise”

Margaret Fuhrer:Hi, dance friends, and welcome to The Dance Edit Podcast. I’m Margaret Fuhrer. Amy Brandt:And I’m Amy Brandt. Margaret Fuhrer:We are editors at Dance Media, and I’m so glad that we have our resident ballet expert, Amy, here this week, because there is a lot of ballet-world stuff going on to discuss. So, in […]

Transcript, Episode 82: A Culture of Abuse, Religion and Dance, and the “West Side” Trailer

Margaret Fuhrer:Hi dance friends, and welcome to The Dance Edit Podcast. I’m Margaret Fuhrer. Courtney Escoyne:And I’m Courtney Escoyne. Margaret Fuhrer:We are editors at Dance Media, and in today’s episode, we will discuss Luke Jennings’ excellent piece about choreographer Liam Scarlett, and how his story relates to a larger culture of abuse and silence within […]

Transcript, Episode 80: Retooling “Nutcracker,” a Ballet Tragedy, and Body-Positive Dance

Margaret Fuhrer:Hi dance friends, and welcome to The Dance Edit Podcast. I’m Margaret Fuhrer. Amy Brandt:And I’m Amy Brandt. Margaret Fuhrer:We are editors at Dance Media, and we have a lot of meaty topics to cover in today’s episode. First, we’ll discuss how dance companies across the country are reworking their Nutcracker productions to make […]

Transcript, Episode 79: Josephine Baker, JoJo Siwa, and New Deal for Broadway

Margaret Fuhrer:Hi, dance friends, and welcome to The Dance Edit Podcast. I’m Margaret Fuhrer. Courtney Escoyne:And I’m Courtney Escoyne. Margaret Fuhrer:We are editors at Dance Media. And in today’s episode, we will discuss dance star and activist Josephine Baker becoming the first Black woman to be buried in France’s Panthéon, the country’s tomb of heroes, […]

Transcript, Episode 78: Students’ Mental Health Needs, Freelance Pay, and Our First Book Review

Margaret Fuhrer:Hi, dance friends, and welcome to The Dance Edit Podcast. I’m Margaret Fuhrer. Courtney Escoyne:I’m Courtney Escoyne. Amy Brandt:And I’m Amy Brandt. Margaret Fuhrer:We are editors at Dance Media. And we are very excited to present our first ever mailbag episode—yay! Over the past few weeks, you all have been sending in your suggestions […]

Transcript, Episode 77: Slow Ticket Sales, BAAND Together, and K-pop Dance Covers

Margaret Fuhrer:          Hi dance friends, and welcome to The Dance Edit Podcast. I’m Margaret Fuhrer. Lydia Murray:And I’m Lydia Murray. Margaret Fuhrer:We are editors at Dance Media. In today’s episode, we will talk about a sort of split screen that’s happening in the Broadway world, where performers are putting in a ton of work to […]

Transcript, Episode 76: Broadway’s Prospects, Rethinking Attendance Policies, and Ballerina Moms

Margaret Fuhrer:Hi, dance friends and welcome to The Dance Edit Podcast. I’m Margaret Fuhrer. Amy Brandt:And I’m Amy Brandt. Margaret Fuhrer:We are editors at Dance Media. And in today’s episode, we will discuss how Broadway’s prospects are currently looking—not its prospects for reopening, because it seems like that’s fully a go, but for staying open. […]