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Cover Story - December 28, 2007

Peering behind the curtain

Stanford prof's book reveals S.F. Ballet's 'invisible city'

by Janet Silver Ghent

While the other little girls in her dance class nurtured dreams of becoming ballerinas, Stanford associate professor Janice Ross pointed her toes toward a different path.

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Posted by hugh, a resident of Stanford
on Mar 12, 2008 at 5:19 pm

A good article overall. But I slightly disagree with the last line. Dance is so much more than having the perfect body. It is about having the perfect love of expressing oneself in dance, it is the perfect sacrifice of oneself to pursue one's dream and passion, it is seeing the ultimate beauty in one of God's majestic creations.....and much much more. Hugh


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