Balanchine once said, " Ballet is woman," and , until very recently, ballet in America has been dominated by women, in both training and performance. However, the phenomenal success and breathtaking virtuosity of such artists as Nureyev, Baryshnikov, and Godunov has emphasized the importance of the male dance, and heralded his return to stellar roles. They have opened vast possibilities while reflecting a growing need for new techniques in training that would enable male dancers to realize their fullest potential
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