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Like Batista, Northeastern student Nicole Gentilella had to choose between education and dance. The junior political science major ended up choosing to study a pre-law track over pursuing a major or minor in dance.
Although Gentilella did not pursue a professional dance career immediately like Batista, she has not abandoned dance. Gentilella, who started dance at the age of two and eventually won two national championships with the Broadway Bound Company among many other accomplishments, is the co-captain of Northeastern University Dance Team.
“I do believe I have made the right choice because I am currently earning a degree, while continuing to dance everyday,” Gentilella said. “I would like to take off a year or so between undergraduate and law school to do something more with dance. I have always dreamed of dancing professionally and I do hope to have the opportunity some day.”
The new partnership between the Boston Ballet Company and the university would give such flexibility to dancers, something that did not exist for Batista and Gentilella.
It is “an amazing and rare opportunity for young dancers in Boston,” Gentilella said. “This program will allow dancers to pursue their dreams, without sacrificing their education.”
So far, the program is limited to Boston Ballet dancers.
For current Northeastern students, Gentilella suggested that Northeastern offers a minor in dance so students can “continue the dream of dance, while still pursuing an education,” and eventually enjoy the two passions like Batista does.