INFINITY BALLET CONSERVATORY & THEATRE
Teaching a Complete Classical Ballet curriculum
with a professional faculty. (919) 303-1105
www.in; nityballet.com Apex/Raleigh, NC
JAMI MASTERS SCHOOL OF DANCE, LTD.
Ballet, modern, tap, mus. theatre, jazz, Pilates
1425 Queens Rd. West, Charlotte, NC 28207
(704) 525-6555 jamimastersschoolofdance.com
THE RALEIGH SCHOOL OF BALLET, INC.
Raleigh Dance Theatre, Af;liate Co.
3921 Beryl Road, (919) 834-9261
RIVER ARTS BALLET
Christina & Benjamin Schreivogel, Directors
Career Preparatory Program (Asheville)
SCHOOL OF BALLET &
CHARLOTTE YOUTH BALLET
Gay Porter, Dir. 627 S. Sharon Amity,
Charlotte, NC 28211. R.A.D. Cecchetti.
(704) 366-9675; www.charlotteballet.com
TRIANGLE ACADEMY OF DANCE
Carolina Youth Ballet, Af;liate Company
2918 Kildaire Farm Rd, Cary,
NC 27518. (919) 387-1298
UNIV. OF N.C. AT GREENSBORO
B.A., B.F.A., M.A., M.F.A., Teacher Certif.
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA
SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
Professional training in ballet & contemporary.
High School Diploma; College Diploma B.F.A.
Winston-Salem, www.uncsa.edu (336) 770-3290
BALLETMET DANCE ACADEMY
Timothy Lynch, Academy Director
Of;cial School of BalletMet Columbus
Full Curriculum, 322 Mt. Vernon Ave. Columbus,
OH 43215. (614) 229-4860 www.balletmet.org
OTTO M. BUDIG ACADEMY
Victoria Morgan, Artistic Director
Catherine Batcheller, Academy Dean
1555 Central Parkway, Cincinnati OH, 45214
(513) 562-1111 www.cballet.org
Professional Ballet Company/School, Youth
Company, Trainee Program, Summer Intensive,
Boarding School. Gladisa Guadalupe, Artistic Dir.
Dr. Michael Krasnyansky, Executive Director.
(216) 320-9000, www.clevelandballet.org
CLEVELAND CITY DANCE
Courtney Laves-Mearini, Director
13108 Shaker Square, Cleveland, OH 44120
Ballet/Jazz/Tap/Graham-Modern... Summer Int.
(216) 295-2222 & www.clevelandcitydance.com
DAY TON BALLET/
DAY TON PERFORMING ARTS ALLIANCE
Karen Russo Burke, Artistic Director - Ballet
126 N. Main Street, Suite 210, Dayton OH 45402
(937) 224-3521 daytonperformingarts.org/ballet
The November 1981 issue of Dance Magazine included a feature on Bill T. Jones at a time when the
celebrated choreographer was best known for his solo and duet work, particularly with partner Arnie Zane.
The pair had celebrated a decade of collaboration earlier in the year with a performance of duets addressing
their pasts. Jones spoke about the conscious use of their contrasting physical features, stating, “You are either
attracted to it or you’re repelled by it. We use ourselves like objective symbols. The big one lifts the little one.
The little one lifts the big one. The black one is on his knees next to the white one. Race is there. Cooperation is
there. It’s a statement about redemption.”
An image of Arnie Zane
and Bill T. Jones, against
a backdrop by visual artist
Keith Haring, from our 1984
cover shoot with the duo
35 Years Ago This Month