It is a dream of many young girls to be a ballerina. For Misty Copeland, it is a dream come true. In June, she became the first African-American to be named a principal in the 75-year history of American Ballet Theater. This is one of many accomplishments for the trailblazing ballerina.
On Monday “A Ballerina’s Tale” will premiere on PBS at 10:00 p.m.. The film intimately documents Copeland’s career, challenges, and triumph. The film also shares the health and body image issues that the industry sends to young ballerinas. The documentary is directed by Nelson George.
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