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Here come the boys. Despite trailblazers like Nureyev, Baryshnikov and Carlos Acosta, ballet still seems the planet of the girls, especially for learners. Girls fill the classes, and most teachers are women. So the new issue of Dance Gazette is all about the guys. How does it feel to be the only boy in your class, or a rare male ballet teacher? How can teachers give their male students a sense of superheroic fun? Sir Matthew Bourne also discusses dancing boys, while stars like Darcey Bussell, Gillian Lynne and Li Cunxin to name the greatest male dancers of all.
Professional sports continue to be dogged by questions about performance-enhancing drugs. But what about dance? Do similar pressures tempt dancers to dope? Our investigation may open your eyes. Get your issue now!
RAD Members, the digital version of this month’s Dance Gazette is now available in the Members’ Area.
Boys don’t cry
Is there a problem persuading boys to dance, and do they still face bullying? We meet a new generation of teachers and dancing boys.
As Sir Matthew Bourne receives the RAD’s QEII Award, he discusses royalty, Brexit and the rise of boys who dance.
One of a kind
Male ballet teachers are still a rarity. How do they feel about their work – and what makes them distinctive?
One and only
How does it feel to be the sole boy in a ballet class?
First class male
Nureyev or Baryshnikov? Astaire or Kelly? Leading artists select the greatest male dancers they have ever seen.
Performance-enhancing drugs seem to be rife in professional sport – but how about dance? We uncover the secret world of dance doping.
Doing her proud
As Lynn Wallis prepares to step down as Artistic Director of the RAD, friends and colleagues pay tribute to her remarkable career. You can download the full version of this article here
What I’ve learned
Sir Peter Wright reflects on nine decades in dance.