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Articles: Changing the Face of Ballet

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julisha

I didn't just want to post this under African Americans in Ballet because the article speaks more broadly about how ballet is changing and diversifying in other ways beyond just race/ethnicity.

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rainesford-alexandra/changing-the-face-of-ball_b_4759823.html?utm_hp_ref=arts&ir=Arts

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5678Dance

Thanks Julisha for sharing. Wonderful article!

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Monet

Love it!!! Now if all ballet schools could get on board with this:)

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SonDoesDance

Great article!! I read it earlier and absolutely loved it!! With ballet becoming available to view on many different revenues it's expanding it's audience, and the audiences are more diverse. it's time for Companies to reflect that diversity in their company members too.

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Bkking1962

My DD dances at the school and Kayla is one of the nicest people out there - she was a gorgeous Tinkerbell in Nashville Ballet's Peter Pan this past October. Looking forward to hearing her speak.

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Natarajasana

Love this! Thanks for sharing!

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Balletmom1997

Wonderful article!! This really helps motivate and inspire our diverse dancers who sometimes lose hope!!! My dd enjoyed reading ??

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djeowmom

I saw this this morning. Can't wait to share with DD.

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