(A Not So) Very Young Dancer

Feature

Friday, December 08, 2006

At the school of the Boston Ballet there are some dedicated students who will never land a part in the Nutcracker. They're grown-ups who attend class several times a week, but have no hope of dancing professionally. Diane Toomey is one of them, and she told us why she and her classmates have such fierce loyalty to ballet and to their teacher Kristin Beckwith (pictured).

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Diane Toomey

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