On a Sunday morning, long before sunrise, dancers gather downtown at Club Shelter, New York's most respected house party. No one is dressed up or looking for love—inside, they head straight for the dance floor with three changes of clothes in a duffel bag and . . . baby powder. "A little dab'll do ya," says Red, a confirmed house-head from the Bronx who's co-directing the first annual House Dance International Festival NYC. "You'll see a house-head with baby powder in a plastic bag, which looks totally like something else," she continues. "And then you're like, 'What is this person doing? What kind of party is this?' And suddenly they're pouring... More >>>