Choreographer and dance instructor Patsy Swayze, the mother of late actor Patrick Swayze, died Monday night at her home in Simi Valley, Calif., according to publicist Annett Wolf. She was 86. No…
One Emmy-nominated routine from “Dancing With the Stars” had Derek Hough replicating Fred Astaire's famous "dancing on the walls and ceiling" routine from "Royal Wedding." Conrad Green, executive…
Choreographers on today's reality and scripted TV shows are always on the lookout for new methods to reach their audience and top the numbers they staged last season. They're also often tasked with…
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Janet Jackson's prolific career is marked by her irresistibly catchy dance anthems. And when she first broke through to the top of the charts with 1986's "Nasty," she established her own style…
Harold Mattox, the Hollywood dancer and choreographer known as Matt who shaped contempo footwork Stateside and in Europe and became a major figure in the evolution of jazz dance, died in France on…
Michaels made her mark on the public through her challenging routines on Fox's hit series "So You Think You Can Dance" from 2005-10.
Fans of concerts as not just live music performances but extravagant spectacles of choreo-graphy, multiple costume changes and the kind of titanic theatrical sets associated with Andrew Loyd Webber…
In "Dirty Dancing," Patrick Swayze vowed, "Nobody puts Baby in a corner."
Choreographer and champion hustle dancer Arte Phillips died Nov. 12 in Philadelphia. He was 49.
Choreographer Michael Kidd, whose joyously athletic dances for ballet, Broadway and Hollywood delighted audiences for half a century and won him five Tonys and an Oscar, has died.
Actor, writer, choreographer and director Denny Martin Flinn died Aug. 24 in Woodland Hills, Calif., of complications from cancer. He was 59.