Vermont is an Eden for artists — some of them, anyway. Writers and craftspeople happily hole up. With a bit of commuting, actors and opera singers can form communities.
Dancers, however, are in a tough spot — and not just because schools of ballet, modern and jazz don’t dot the rural landscape. For anything larger than a solo, dance requires an inventory of able-bodied movers. Also crucial is a space in which to rehearse and perform — a warm place with sound floorboards, preferably within driving distance of an audience.... Read more
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