Nothing to Hide: A Dancer's Life

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D.I. Fine, 1987 - Biography & Autobiography - 278 pages
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As a principal dancer with the New York city Ballet, Robert La Fosse has mesmerized audiences and critics as one of ballet's most talented stars. Nothing to Hide is a searing and candid autobiography about an extraordinary life, that until now, has never been publicly revealed. Photographs.

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La Fosse presents us with another ballet-world expose. Catapulted to an early success with American Ballet Theatre (ABT) as a protege of Baryshnikov, La Fosse is frank but not graphic about both his ... Read full review

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Although the book is a bit dated now, I still found it interesting even though I wasn't familiar with all of the dance terminology. Read full review

Contents

Chapter One
5
Chapter Two
21
Chapter Three
29
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