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  • Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet says:

    That’s an interesting point, Johnny Appleseed. When it comes to performing, a dancer’s ability is absolutely important. Here at CPYB our goal is to create a strong, well-rounded dancer. An essential element in that training is the opportunity to perform. Through the rehearsal and performance process, students take what they learn in the studio to the stage across a broad range of repertory.

    If you’ll read back through my post, you’ll see that I wrote, “Work ethic is probably deemed as one of the most important attributes when creating performance casting … attendance also comes into play because it shows a certain amount of dedication and reliability … she [Marcia] is determined to give as many students as possible the opportunity to learn various roles. In the end, though, only the strongest will get to perform.” Work ethic, attendance, ability – it all works together.

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