Tajo’s dream is to be accepted into a really good ballet school, and one of the best is the School of American Ballet (SAB), located in New York City’s Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. The SAB was founded by George Balanchine and Lincoln Kirstein, two of the most influential figures in American ballet history. These men also co-founded the New York City Ballet. Graduates of the SAB often go on to major careers in ballet and other fields of dance. To encourage more boys to dance ballet, the SAB offers a cost-free program for young boys interested in ballet. The video above offers a terrific look at the program and the work it takes for a young person to develop into a professional dancer. Ballet is an extremely disciplined and physically demanding art form; the dancers who make their moves look so light and effortless have invested thousands of hours of grueling work to achieve that effect.