Brendon Urie was a professional ballet dancer, who works and performs under Pete Wentz's direction.
When Pete chooses the production of Mary Poppins, Brendon is assigned to work with Ryan Ross, a professional tap dancer, on one of the main pieces of the show.
Brendon simply hated the entire genre of tap, and instantly hated Ryan Ross himself for disrespecting the precious art of ballet.
Pete further assigned them to work alone in the theatre to get the piece done, for six days a week, lasting three months. Ryan Ross wakes up one morning and leaves the woman he does not love and the house he does not like.
After a foreword from Tony award winning director and choreographer, Jerry Mitchell, Keltie Colleen introduces herself – an average, everyday sort of girl from an average town with average parents.
Ever since she can remember, she wanted to be a dancer.
The first would be a screencap someone managed to snag before Ryan deleted his journal, where Brendon is being his usual (slightly immature) self.Brendon wanted them to become official and let people know about the “relationship” but Ryan wasn’t really for the idea and things started going bad.Brendon got himself a boy lover of sorts and Ryan him.The plant is dying because they never moved it into the earth.she walks along the edge of where the ocean meets the land just like she'swalking on a wire in the circus.Keltie takes us on an adventure complete with painful missteps on her path to finding love, dealing with loss and working as a performer in the entertainment industry.