Our headline roundup includes Actors’ Equity’s new political action committee, Tyra Banks’ exit from “Dancing with the Stars,” and a Smash musical aiming for Broadway. Two recent articles consider how we’re collecting bodily movement data—and how that data can and should be used.

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Links referenced in/relevant to episode 153:
-Dance Magazine piece on the International Association of Blacks in Dance receiving a National Medal of Arts: dancemagazine.com/national-medal-of-arts-2021-international-association-of-blacks-in-dance
-Pointe story on Erik Bruhn Prize winners: pointemagazine.com/mackenzie-brown-daichi-ikarashi-win-2023-erik-bruhn-prize
-The Conversation feature on the emerging field of kinesemiotics: theconversation.com/ballet-dancers-in-sensor-suits-new-research-explores-how-dance-is-used-as-a-form-of-communication-200870
-Oregon ArtsWatch essay on how AI is mining our bodily creativity: orartswatch.org/ai-wants-your-art-do-you-have-a-say