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Stepping High Image
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  • Summary: Sima has failed to fulfill her dreams as a professional dancer. She is on the wrong side of thirty, being aged out, and is forced to take a job as a teacher at a conservative local high school. Much to her surprise, it sparks the choreographer in her-a talent she has been nurturing inSima has failed to fulfill her dreams as a professional dancer. She is on the wrong side of thirty, being aged out, and is forced to take a job as a teacher at a conservative local high school. Much to her surprise, it sparks the choreographer in her-a talent she has been nurturing in private not only to battle her self-doubt and depression but to create a new and unique fusion of belly and ballroom styles. As one who throws her heart and soul into everything she does, her life inevitably intertwines with those of her students, a diverse group of teens, both in the classroom and outside it. Expand
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  1. Reviewed by: Amy Nicholson
    Jun 13, 2013
    30
    Stepping High is both a trifle and an impassioned argument that dance is a direct route to character, ethics and world peace.