Guest devion101 Posted September 2, 2003 Report Share Posted September 2, 2003 Hey everyone, I know that I'm going to sound kind of corny, but I have to ask this. I'm fifteen years old and I'm an intermediate dancer. I really, really want to become a professional ballet dancer more than anything else. My dream is to join either ABT (my ultimate dream), Royal Winnipeg Ballet, California Ballet, or Eugene Ballet. Anyway, I have been studying ballet for about four years, and have been on pointe for one year. Although I'm not as advanced as people my age in, say, PNBS or SAB, my teacher have told me that with enough training I have pro potential. I was wondering, since I started a little late, , is there still a chance I could make it as a pro? I plan on auditioning for the Royal Winnipeg Ballet's student division next month, just for the record. Also, would the fact that i wear GMs hold me back at all? Thanks in advance! Cheers, Dev Quote Link to comment
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