Guest dancinabbs Posted February 27, 2004 Report Share Posted February 27, 2004 (edited) Before I ask my questions, let my give a little backroung info. The past two years, I have gotten into (and attended) Joffrey Midwest Workshop. I have also gotten into, in past years, Joffrey New York, Rock School, and School of Ballet Chicago. I would also like to add that I am 13, and the 1st year I went to Joffrey I was 11 (so this summer I will still be 13). This was the first year that I auditioned for ABT (I was sick last year), and I was pretty set on getting in, even though I knew I shouldn't have been. When I recieved my accptence letter, I was so happy. Last night, after I decided ABT Detroit (the one I was accepted into) was the place I wanted to go, I reread my letter and realized the absolute worst thing - I had been wait-listed!! I was really sad for two reasons: 1. There is a chance I may not be accepted and 2. Other people I know had been accepted and I thought I was just as good as them, if not better. Now, I am really sad. So here are my questions: 1. Do you think there is a chance that I may still be accepted even though I was wait-listed? 2. If not, what do you think I should do instead? Do you know anyother SIs that have not had auditions yet, but are still pretty well-known and competitive? 3. Do you think there is a specific reason I was not accepted? I mean, I know you haven't seen me dance, but I was wondering maybe you know the kind of thing ABT looks for. Thanks for any help. I know I sound a bit self-absorbed, but I'm kind of in a pickle, because of time issues I can't go back to Joffrey and I would prefer to go away this summer. Thanks in advance! xoxo ABBS xoxo Edited February 27, 2004 by dancinabbs Quote Link to comment
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