May 24, 2012
I had entered the family of Brighton Ballet--for a family it truly is--when I was four years old. Although I no longer dance, they have continued to be the people on whose unquestioning support I can always rely. From picking me up from my daycare on the second floor when my father had just died and my mom could not do so working long hours, taking me on outings, offering advise throughout my childhood, coming to my recitals, visiting me in the hospital when I had cancer and providing me with everything I needed, to continuing to call me once I had moved to college and trying to find ways in which to support me financially, Brighton Ballet truly is not the typical ballet school. Their dance classes taught me not just the steps, but opened me up emotionally and psychologically, provided a perpetual outlet for my creativity, encouraged my pursuits and helped me seek out the beauty in life through art. They are always in my thoughts, and thanks to them I feel that I can dance through life. I think that the same can be said of everyone who had the good fortune of walking through the doors of Brighton Ballet.
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