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FROM LEFT UNDER ARMOUR; STEPHEN BLUE FOR TIME FOR KIDS

In Bunheads, ballerina MISTY COPELAND tells the story of how she fell in love with dance. As a girl, Copeland was shy. She was afraid of talking in front of people. Dance helped her get past her fears. “Ballet gave me a language to communicate in a way that worked for me,” she told TFK. “Ballet allowed me to speak . . . through my body.”

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