"THERE SHE GOES--she's getting that look." Mary Collins chuckles under her breath, eyeing daughter Tyheesha tap dancing with a percussive force in their garage. The family cars have been evicted in favor of a floor of wood-remnant samples; the door is open to Como Avenue, where passing vehicles provide a whooshing accompaniment to the 18-year-old's complex cadence. "She's into it," Mary Collins continues. "I never seen a child--I mean young woman--dance like that. It's unbelievable to the point that it could... More >>>