Meanwhile Sarah Kaufmann, the Washinton Post's dance writer, published an article today with the title: Dance Dilemma: Schlock Triumphs Over Ballet.
Kaufmann argues that even though it appears dance is one of the hottest things on TV now with shows like Dancing with the Stars, quality professional dance is becoming increasingly scarce, swept away by amateurs.
"Here's the irony," she writes. "The sharp rise in reality-show dance on TV is matched by a dizzying drop in public television broadcasts of the pros."
The article explores some of the reasons for this disparity including a lack of corporate sponsorship for dance.
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For the inside view of a professional dancer's craft it doesn't get much better than The Winger. It was founded in the Spring of 2005 by Kristin Sloan, a dancer with the New York City Ballet, and features behind the scenes posts from numerous dancers.
The links and articles you can get to from these two sources can keep you surfing through dance articles for days.