7 Reasons Why Ballet Dancers Choose Broadway

When Lee Wilson first began dancing, she wore tap shoes and took lessons in her neighbor's basement. "I loved the scraping sound of taps brushing across the cement floor, the clicking sounds of the heel taps, and the crash of a full-footed stomp," Lee recalls in Rebel on Pointe, her memoir that we published this past … Continue reading 7 Reasons Why Ballet Dancers Choose Broadway

Island Bodies

Island Bodies: Transgressive Sexualities in the Caribbean Imagination by Rosamond S. King “Outstanding.”—David William Foster, author of São Paulo: Perspectives on the City and Cultural Production New from UPF! Island Bodies explores sexual norms and expectations in Caribbean and diaspora literature, music, film, and popular culture to reveal how many individuals contest the traditional roles of their society’s … Continue reading Island Bodies