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Photo gallery: Squirrel Hill ballet company teaches Sewickley Academy students

Kristina Serafini
| Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016, 5:12 p.m.
Sewickley Academy sophomore Emmy Francek (back) follows the lead of Amanda Fisher, an artist from the Bodiography Contemporary Ballet Company in Squirrel Hill, during warm-ups for a senior school jazz class Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016. Artists from Bodiography spent most of January conducting Joe Jackson's classes at the academy while he was preparing for the role of Rusty Charlie in Pittsburgh Public Theater's production of 'Guys and Dolls.'
Kristina Serafini | Tribune-Review
Sewickley Academy sophomore Emmy Francek (back) follows the lead of Amanda Fisher, an artist from the Bodiography Contemporary Ballet Company in Squirrel Hill, during warm-ups for a senior school jazz class Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016. Artists from Bodiography spent most of January conducting Joe Jackson's classes at the academy while he was preparing for the role of Rusty Charlie in Pittsburgh Public Theater's production of 'Guys and Dolls.'
Sewickley Academy sophomore Ali Mganga stretches during warm-ups for a senior school jazz class Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016. Artists from Bodiography Contemporary Ballet Company in Squirrel Hill spent most of January conducting Joe Jackson's classes at the academy while he was preparing for the role of Rusty Charlie in Pittsburgh Public Theater's production of 'Guys and Dolls.'
Kristina Serafini | Tribune-Review
Sewickley Academy sophomore Ali Mganga stretches during warm-ups for a senior school jazz class Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016. Artists from Bodiography Contemporary Ballet Company in Squirrel Hill spent most of January conducting Joe Jackson's classes at the academy while he was preparing for the role of Rusty Charlie in Pittsburgh Public Theater's production of 'Guys and Dolls.'
Sewickley Academy sophomore Emmy Francek stretches during warm-ups for a senior school jazz class Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016. Artists from Bodiography Contemporary Ballet Company in Squirrel Hill spent most of January conducting Joe Jackson's classes at the academy while he was preparing for the role of Rusty Charlie in Pittsburgh Public Theater's production of 'Guys and Dolls.'
Kristina Serafini | Tribune-Review
Sewickley Academy sophomore Emmy Francek stretches during warm-ups for a senior school jazz class Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016. Artists from Bodiography Contemporary Ballet Company in Squirrel Hill spent most of January conducting Joe Jackson's classes at the academy while he was preparing for the role of Rusty Charlie in Pittsburgh Public Theater's production of 'Guys and Dolls.'
Sewickley Academy sophomore Ali Mganga follows the lead of Melissa Tyler, a Bodiography Comtemporary Ballet Company artist, during warm-ups for a senior school jazz class Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016. Artists from the Squirrel Hill-based Bodiography spent most of January conducting Joe Jackson's classes at the academy while he was preparing for the role of Rusty Charlie in Pittsburgh Public Theater's production of 'Guys and Dolls.'
Kristina Serafini | Tribune-Review
Sewickley Academy sophomore Ali Mganga follows the lead of Melissa Tyler, a Bodiography Comtemporary Ballet Company artist, during warm-ups for a senior school jazz class Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016. Artists from the Squirrel Hill-based Bodiography spent most of January conducting Joe Jackson's classes at the academy while he was preparing for the role of Rusty Charlie in Pittsburgh Public Theater's production of 'Guys and Dolls.'
A break in mirrors in Sewickley Academy's dance studio creates a double image of Bodiography Contemporary Ballet Company artist Amanda Fisher as she and artist Melissa Tyler (not pictured) lead a senior school jazz class at the school Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016. Artists from the Squirrel Hill-based Bodiography conducted Joe Jackson's class at the academy for most of January as the teacher took time off to parepare for the role of Rusty Charlie in Pittsburgh Public Theater's production of 'Guys and Dolls.'
Kristina Serafini | Tribune-Review
A break in mirrors in Sewickley Academy's dance studio creates a double image of Bodiography Contemporary Ballet Company artist Amanda Fisher as she and artist Melissa Tyler (not pictured) lead a senior school jazz class at the school Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016. Artists from the Squirrel Hill-based Bodiography conducted Joe Jackson's class at the academy for most of January as the teacher took time off to parepare for the role of Rusty Charlie in Pittsburgh Public Theater's production of 'Guys and Dolls.'

Artists from Bodiography Contemporary Ballet Company in Squirrel Hill spent most of January conducting Joe Jackson's classes at Sewickley Academy as he prepares for the role of Rusty Charlie in Pittsburgh Public Theater's production of “Guys and Dolls.”

On Jan. 22, Bodiography will perform for middle and senior school students at the private school in Edgeworth.

Pittsburgh Public Theater's production opens Jan. 28 at the O'Reilly Theater, Downtown.

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