Winter season: a dancer's journal
"Bentley's association with the New York City Ballet began when she was accepted by the affiliated School of American Ballet at the age of eleven. Seven years later, she became a member of the company. In the fall of 1980, as the winter season opened, she found herself facing an emotional crisis: her dancing was not going well. At 22 she felt that her life had lost direction. To try to make something of her experience, on paper if not on stage, she began to keep a journal, describing her day-to-day activities and looking back on her past. The result is perhaps the closest that most of us will ever come to knowing what it feels like to be a dancer, on stage and off. It also offers memorable glimpses of some notable members of the City ballet, with, at the center, the man whose vision they all served - George Balanchine."--BOOK JACKET.
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Diary of a NY City Ballet dancer, one season at the top as a dancer but in the middle in NY. To dance is one thing to live is another - good. Bentley's association with the New York City Ballet began ... Read full review