In early June, 12 advanced students from the School of American Ballet traveled to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington DC to take part in Proteges II, an international festival featuring students from four of the world's top ballet schools. Two days after performing in DC at Protgs II, Megan became an apprentice with New York City Ballet! -Amy Bordy THURSDAYJUNE 5 Right now I'm sitting in my dressing room marked "School of American Ballet Female Principals" at the Kennedy Center. Walking into the studio was intimidating because the Bolshoi dancers had staked their spots at the front of the room, and The Royal Ballet and Paris Opra Ballet dancers were already spread out.
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