From the book "Martine, petit rat de l'opéra" by Marcel Marlier & Gilbert Delahaye; or, as I knew it, "Anita no ballet". I remember propping this up on a music stand and doing the positions in my bedroom.
Misty Copeland is one of the most influential ballerinas of modern day. She stood up to major injustices in the ballet world. With her action, sparked a reform for the ballet stereotype of body & skin color. Our ballet community is no longer conforming to
I dance because there's no greater feeling in the world then moving to a piece of music and letting the rest of the world disappear. Dance is all about the heart. Combine a dancers passion with amazing choreography, and you will never fail!