Dallas: a ballerina, eighteen, from Omaha. She dances until the early hours of the morning in her grandmother's studio, until the soles of her feet are bleeding raw, until she's crying on the floor because her routine isn't executed to perfection, until she lands the final pirouette. During the little time that she has away from the studio, she cares for her disabled mother, suppresses a peculiar interest in the female anatomy, and dreams of New York, New York, New York.

Third person literate; strictly scenes.
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