Daphne performs in a second piece for the Ailey/Fordham BFA fundraiser that featured very emotional scene of shared mourning.
Catherine rehearses Susan Jaffe's "We Insist" with Kate Lydon, which took a little time to learn the complex arrangements and movements.
Though she feels like her body is finally getting back into dancing shape, Simone always struggles with Sheila Barker's class, which she loves for the challenge.
Ashley discusses the differences between technique and pointe classes while learning from Kay Mazzo, a motherly figure to her.
Victoria rehearses sections from "Napoli", a ballet she is already familiar with, and discusses the unique challenges that come along with the Bournonville style.
Daphne performs Earl Mosley's solo for the Ailey/Fordham fundraiser performance, reveling in the joy and freedom of the movement.
Ashley takes ballet class with Susan Pilarre, feeling like every time she's finished with the class she comes out a better dancer, thanks to the thorough corrections she receives.
Simone takes a master class with David Kent, the Dance Captain behind Broadway's "Chicago", learning not only the choreography, but also the story behind the movement.
Daphne rehearses a solo for choreographer Earl Mosley, a performance opportunity that came her way after winning the Denise Jefferson Scholarship from Fordham University.
Catherine performs "Flames of Paris" as part of the Dancers Responding to AIDS show at The Joyce Theater, discussing her acceptance of the limitations of live performance.