Dancer James Fable’s amazing moves have earned him the nickname “J-Floats.” And James is just about floating on air, thrilled to be back at the Brooklyn Ballet after months away.
“I actually felt for a second that my dance career was done. I thought my dance career was over, that I’d have to do something else,” said Fable.
But at the last minute, Artistic Director Lynn Parkerson decided there was a way to perform, “The Brooklyn Nutcracker,” a mulit-cultural take on the classic holiday dance this season. All thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows of the company’s rehearsal studio.
“We essentially transformed our studio which is a storefront, beautiful storefront
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