Generations of dancers learn ballet from “Miss A”

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CHESTERFIELD, MO (KPLR)-Thousands of students have learned the art of dance from a small studio in a St. Louis suburb.  Miss Alexandra Zaharias has been training dancers since 1949.  Many of her students have gone on to be professional dancers while others have chosen other career paths.  But, they all of learned grace, posture and music appreciation form the woman they affectionately call "Miss A."

Georgia Reed is a professional dancer and actress based in Los Angeles.  She is the principal dancer for the production of Giselle at the Touhill.  She a former student and the director of the documentary Miss A: The Gift of Grace which premieres at the Giselle event

February 20-22, 2015
Touhill Performing Arts Center

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