Imagine a promising young ballerina walking home from a performance. But there’s no happy ending to her day: She’s struck by a car and ends up fighting for her life in the Denver Health ICU after suffering a significant brain injury. Three months later, she finds herself in a wheelchair, relearning how to walk and talk and about to embark on a grueling regimen of physical therapy and rehab. It sounds like the stuff of movie scripts and soap operas, but it really happened to local dancer Amy Hollinger, a Kirov Academy graduate who apprenticed with the Colorado Ballet before moving on to work with various Front... More >>>