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the real magic about dance is that it’s a shared experience of beauty and joy. we spend our whole lives looking for something like that.
       — john alleyne (dance theatre of harlem)

Today I was watching one of hulu’s new “hulu-only” shows, “A Day in the Life” (it’s clearly a little slow at the office). The most recent one features Misty Copeland, an African-American soloist with the American Ballet Theatre. She is amazing (snippet below) and really it was just a fantastic 22 minutes of my day.

So enjoy the clip, it was the piece she was working on when she was being shadowed for the day.

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I am wee bit quirky. I trained with a semi-professional classical ballet company. I wear big sunglasses and even bigger hat. I tell stories with lots of hand motions. I can’t eat wheat. I write about my feelings. That's all.

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