Teaching Tombe Pas de Bourreé
Alecia Good-Boresow- School Principal, Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet

Teaching Tombe Pas de Bourreé

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Alecia Good-Boresow walks us through teaching tombe pas de bourreé to young students.

Alecia Good-Boresow began her training at Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet at age five under the direction of Marcia Dale Weary. From there she went on to study at the School of American Ballet, Joffrey Ballet and Pennsylvania Ballet. Aleicia was a leading dancer with Kansas City Ballet where she danced many principal roles including “Sugarplum Fairy,” “Snow Queen,” “Dew Drop Fairy” and “Mirlitons” in The Nutcracker, “Aurora” and “Bluebird” in George Balanchine’s Aurora’s Wedding, “Sanguinic” in Balanchine’s The Four Temperaments, and  “Swanilda” in Coppélia.  In addition, she danced principal roles in Balanchine’s Concerto Barooco, Apollo, Allegro Brillante, The Firebird, Raymonda Variations, and Western Symphony. From 1985 until 1996, Alecia was a rehearsal assistant for the Kansas City Ballet. After retiring from the professional stage in 1996, she founded and directed the Kansas City Youth Ballet (KCYB), formerly known as the Midwest Youth Ballet company. She was appointed school principal of Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet in November 2014.

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