Dance Magazine led a series in 1994 about teachers who had trained remarkable young dancers with a profile about Jacqueline Ann Cronsberg, founder of the Ballet Workshop in New England.
At the time, Cronsberg had been running the school in suburban Boston for nearly 30 years, but she was just getting started. The following year, 1995, Cronsberg established the Massachusetts Youth Ballet, an ensemble that gave her students the opportunity to perform some of the most cherished ballets ever created, regardless of whether their futures were onstage or outside of dance.
The July 1994 issue Cronsberg was featured in
Courtesy Sandra Jennings