“Kitty Lunn once thought her dance career was over. The former Washington Ballet dancer had slipped on an icy staircase, breaking her back and becoming a paraplegic.
Thirty-three years later, not only is Lunn still dancing (she takes ballet and modern at Steps on Broadway five to six days a week), she also teaches and choreographs through her company, Infinity Dance Theater, which works with dancers with disabilities and non-disabled dancers. Last summer, Lunn performed alongside Infinity Dance Theater company in conjunction with Alison Cook Beatty Dance at New York’s Riverside Theatre to rave reviews. She also taught actress Ali Stroker, who, in 2019, became the first person in a wheelchair to win a Tony Award.”
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