Meanwhile, Sasha and Boo think about taking their respective relationships to the next level. On hearing news of these developments, Fanny stages an awkward lecture with her class. Amy Sherman-Palladino strikes again with that Gilmore Girls charm in Bunheads, with Tony-winning Sutton Foster as a former showgirl mentoring budding ballerinas. The relationships that are sketched out in the first hour are promising. Sherman-Palladino has long been interested in characters who are dancing as fast as they can, and in this show, she has a whole new set to play with. Some attitude?
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Shelves: read-n-reviewed , arc While this book was so good, for me, that I finished it in one day; I fear that it may not be as good for others. I trained in ballet for 15 years. I basically learned to walk, was potty trained, and then off the dance school I went at the age of 2. So when I was reading this book, it was more than that. I was seeing this book. I loved the way Sophie Flack walks you through the ballets Hannah is doing step by step.
However she uses all of the proper French terms for each While this book was so good, for me, that I finished it in one day; I fear that it may not be as good for others.
However she uses all of the proper French terms for each step, and nothing more. So I fear that for those out there that have never taken ballet this book may be a bit hard to connect with, or understand even. Again I really, REALLY enjoyed this book, I just think maybe it could have been done slightly different to make it more approachable to a wider audience.
I mean after all Maybe a little less on the actions of ballet, and a little more on the feeling of it and I would say this book would not only have a wider audience, but 5 stars across the board. I guess I was expecting something more like Gail Formans Where She Went where the music careers where the back drop, and the emotions took center stage.
Still thanks to years of ballet, and bloody toes to prove this book was a great read for me. Overall I say if your a dancer this is a must read. I wish I would have been able to read it back when I was consumed by the almost drug like quality that is life inside a ballet company. Granted I was only at the St. But the message is a good one. There really is a life outside of dance, and sometimes you have to chose between life on stage
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