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Ballerina Recreates The Paintings Of Edgar Degas

Misty Copeland recreates Degas masterpieces for Harper’s Bazaar, photo NYC Dance Project.

i love modern dance

Gravity-defying dancer Lil Buck throws some confined shapes in this video by Jacob Sutton here.

Girls Breakdancing | Nefera

I am so disapointed that I had to give up breakdancing before I was able to master it. SO thanks to recent events I have decided to get back into it [: this will be me soon!

Eleanor Powell born 1912 in Springfield, Massachussetts. She started her career on Broadway in 1929, where her machine-gun foot work gained her the title of world champion in tapping...

Born to Dance, Eleanor Powell, 1936

Eleanor Powell was born to dance! My favorite female tapper who is also from Springfield MA!

Best man: When Sammy and Frank shared a sandwich the day they met in Detroit

JFK shunned Sammy Davis Jr. because he married a white woman

Circa Hollywood– Just clowining a bit are Sammy Davis, Jr., and pal Frank Sinatra both attending a formal Hollywood party. — Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

ballet by Blackberry

The shapes. The flowing fabrics and the strong lines of the dancers' bodies are a beautiful contrast, and all together they contort themselves into these organic shapes that are both graceful and powerful. Just begging for a sculpture.

Gregory Hines ~ phenomenal tap dancer!   Loved him in White Knights!

Gregory Hines - What a smile! Birth Name: Gregory Oliver Hines. Born: 14 February 1946 Died: 9 August One of the greatest tap dancers ever. Bet you are still tap dancing for the angels.

"Isn't it time you realized that dancing is nothing more than a form of expression or release? There's no need to be formal or cute about it." -Jo Stockton, Funny Face.

“In everyone’s life, at some time, our inner fire goes out. It is then burst into flame by an encounter with another human being. We should all be thankful for those people who rekindle the inner spirit. Dance scene from Funny Face

Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly

Film Friendships: Fred Astaire on Gene Kelly “ “If Fred Astaire is the Cary Grant of dance, I’m the Marlon Brando.” – Gene Kelly on Fred Astaire ”