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Dance Gazette marks the centenary of the RAD with a series of inspiring guest editors, beginning with the award-winning actor and activist Noma Dumezweni, who played the adult Hermione in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in the West End and on Broadway.
It is fascinating to see dance through an actor’s eyes – Noma meets dancers and watches them in rehearsal. She has passionate engagement with the world, so also explores the importance of mentorship and the way in which dance can help heal the traumas caused by war. Noma brings an irrepressible curiosity and warmth to her special issue of Dance Gazette.
Bodies don’t lie
Do dancers create new work differently to actors? Noma watches the Alvin Ailey company in rehearsal.
One to one
How does mentoring work in dance? Are life lessons just as crucial as technical advice?
Noma trades tales with dancer Ariana DeBose, star of Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story.
We explore how dance can help heal the physical and emotional experience of war.
From the world, to the world
We meet the expert team marking the Academy’s centenary at the V&A Museum.
Into the future
The RAD’s experts in education and exams discuss where we are – and what lies ahead.