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I can think of no better way to open Women’s History Month than to focus on an artist who broke racial and economic barriers to rise to the pinnacle of the classical dance world.  While her journey sounds like a Hollywood script, it is an incredible true tale that begins with community-based arts outreach, which is at the heart of what we do at Ruth Eckerd Hall through our Marcia P. Hoffman School for the Arts.  – Susan M. Crockett, President & CEO

Misty Copeland

In part one of our series, we look at the incredible story of Misty Copeland, American Ballet Theater's first African-American Principal Dancer.

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Emily Remler

We celebrate another extraordinary artist who paved a road for women, American jazz guitarist, Emily Remler.

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Jean Rosenthal

We continue to celebrate Women's History Month with an award-winning artist who crafted a new profession in technical theater, Jean Rosenthal.

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