THE YOUNG DANCER'S CAREER BOOK by Regina J. Woody
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THE YOUNG DANCER'S CAREER BOOK

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Regina Woody, who has written many books for teen-agers, has compiled in this career book what appears to be an exhaustive study of dancing as a profession. Written with authority and carefully documented, the aspiring young dancer is given a comprehensive picture of what it takes to be a dancer, where to study, professional opportunities, pitfalls, etc. Glimpses of professional biographies are woven into the narrative which is illustrated with extensive photographs, and the emotional problems confronting the young dancer are carefully considered. A valuable book for dance students and for their parents, The Young Dancer's Career Book will also be of substantial interest to the general reader.

Pub Date: Sept. 26th, 1958
Publisher: Dutton