August 31, 2015


The Arts

Second-chance dance

A dancer preps her ballet shoes. (EMILY CUMMING / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Adriana Ardila, 20, warms up before her audition. (EMILY CUMMING / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Ten-year-olds Isaac Parent (back), Arianna Schroeder and Kaitlyn Bacon demonstrate their flexibility during an audition at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School on Tuesday afternoon.  (EMILY CUMMING / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Arianna Schroeder watches as Kaitlyn Bacon jumps into the air during an audition at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School last week. (EMILY CUMMING / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Madison Edbom, 17, jumps in the air after his audition at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet school. (EMILY CUMMING / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Adriana Ardila poses for a photo at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet school.  Ardila, who is originally from Colombia and now lives in Tallahassee, Florida, flew to Winnipeg for the audition. (EMILY CUMMING / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
A dancer preps her ballet shoes. - (EMILY CUMMING / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Adriana Ardila, 20, warms up before her audition. - (EMILY CUMMING / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Ten-year-olds Isaac Parent (back), Arianna Schroeder and Kaitlyn Bacon demonstrate their flexibility during an audition at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School on Tuesday afternoon. - (EMILY CUMMING / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Arianna Schroeder watches as Kaitlyn Bacon jumps into the air during an audition at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School last week. - (EMILY CUMMING / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Madison Edbom, 17, jumps in the air after his audition at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet school. - (EMILY CUMMING / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
Adriana Ardila poses for a photo at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet school. Ardila, who is originally from Colombia and now lives in Tallahassee, Florida, flew to Winnipeg for the audition. - (EMILY CUMMING / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)

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