PHOTO GALLERY: Back to practice for Columbia ballet dancers
Monday, August 30, 2010 | 6:28 p.m. CDT
Alex Gordan lifts Elise Mosbacher during a routine on Monday at the Missouri Contemporary Ballet Company on Orr Street in Columbia. Monday was the first day back to practice after a summer hiatus.
COLUMBIA — Members of the Missouri Contemporary Ballet returned Monday to the company's studio on Orr Street for practice, ending their summer hiatus.
Cassondra Roloff, Elise Mosbacher, Alex Gordan and Ti Cason-Davis take a short break from practicing an untitled duet on Monday at the Missouri Contemporary Ballet Company on Orr Street in Columbia.
Alex Gordan and Elise Mosbacher practice a duet while choreographer Sean France holds his son, Cordin, and observes the two in the mirror on Monday at the Missouri Contemporary Ballet Company on Orr Street in Columbia. France based the duet on his marriage. "It's like a love letter to my wife," France said.
Elise Mosbacher and Alex Gordan prepare for the start of a new routine on Monday at the Missouri Contemporary Ballet Company on Orr St. in Columbia.
Alex Gordan dances with Elise Mosbacher during a routine on Monday at the Missouri Contemporary Ballet Company in Columbia. Monday was the first day of practice after the summer hiatus.
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