Colorado Ballet principal dancer Chandra Kuykendall is reflected in a mirror on her dresser while practicing in her "studio" -- her bedroom -- during a Zoom videoconference lesson taught by her husband, former Colorado Ballet artist Rob Kuykendall. The Colorado Ballet shut down in response to statewide coronavirus stay-at-home orders, keeping Chandra Kuykendall from dancing in her final ballet. (Andy Colwell, Special to The Colorado Sun)

She was awaiting her Colorado Ballet curtain call. Coronavirus delayed the dance, for better and worse.

After 22 years, ballerina Chandra Kuykendall now is preparing for a finale, sometime in the future, by dancing in her bedroom, using a dresser as a barre.

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