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Features

Profile

By Bonnie Kim

Debbie Wilson: no nonsense

Social Studies

By Amy Bowring

On the Move 2002: a scribe’s perspective

Perspectives

By Martin Arnold

Music Not Required

In the Making

By Motria Sabat

Maxine Heppner: “We are complex creatures”

Departments

Making Waves

By Stephanie Thompson

Monica Gan: shy by nature, public by profession

Short Waves

By Bridget Cauthery

Gateway to Québec dance [Regroupment québécois de la danse]; Valerie Wilder leaves National Ballet of Canada; New network highlights technologies and the body [Performance Technologies Network]; Debut recording by the Orchestre des Grands Ballet Canadiens de Montréal [The Queen of Spades]; Alberta Ballet announces new artistic director [Jean Grand-Maître]; Jane Marsland wins Tulloch Award for innovation in the arts; fFIDA 2002 programming announced; McMaster University hosts urban dance competition; New Chalmers Program announced; Website of the Month: Regroupement québécois de la danse: www.québecdanse.org

Dancefact

By Amy Bowring, Amy Bowring, Dance Collection Danse

Sergei Marinoff Homestudy Method of Chicago

Health Beat

By Darryl Tracy

Water as Therapy for overall fitness and rehabilitation

Ground Level

By Megan Andrews

Catrina von Radecki and Janet Johnson: listening to the audience in Guelph

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