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 Post subject: Ballet Dancers freelancing as cheerleaders
PostPosted: Thu Jan 08, 2004 3:25 pm 
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Hey, why not. I'm sure they dance better than most. From the SJ Mercury News.

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Ballet dancers set for lacrosse action
By Leigh Weimers
Mercury News

Ballet dancers rightly contend that what they do makes them as much athletes as the players on any field. Now, some dancers are trying the jock routine on the sidelines, as well.

Six ballerinas from Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley -- Erin Duffy, Jennifer Fitzgerald, Tiffany Glenn, Erena Ishii, Ali Meijer and Dalia Rawson -- have joined the Spy Girls, the dance team that provides pregame and half-time entertainment for the new San Jose Stealth pro lacrosse team. They'll make their debut at the team's home opener in HP Pavilion on Saturday night. No tutus.
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 Post subject: Re: Ballet Dancers freelancing as cheerleaders
PostPosted: Fri Jan 09, 2004 1:33 pm 
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More from the SJ Mercury News.

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Ballerinas to cut loose at lacrosse home games
By Anita Amirrezvani
Mercury News

Six Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley dancers will let their hair down today when they make their debut as members of the official dance group for the San Jose Stealth, a new professional lacrosse team, at its home opener at the HP Pavilion.

Called the Spy Girls, the dance group includes Ballet San Jose's Erin Duffy, Jennifer Fitzgerald, Tiffany Glenn, Erena Ishii, Ali Meijer and Dalia Rawson, as well as jazz dancer Courtney Lesser and group leader Jodi Porter.
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 Post subject: Re: Ballet Dancers freelancing as cheerleaders
PostPosted: Mon Jan 19, 2004 11:43 am 
My dancing daughter, having evolved from a MOST prestigious ballet school, was head cheerleader when she went to college. I think they wanted/needed the choreography...


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