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Cinderella Review!

Cinderella Review!

Ballet Palm Beach’s Cinderella filled with rich performances Reposted from Palm Beach Daily News Mon, Nov 4, 2019 By Demetrius Klein Special to the Palm Beach Daily News “Ballet Palm Beach brought a clean, smart, chamber version of Cinderella to the Rinker Playhouse at The Kravis Center. This familiar story, set to the score by Sergei ...

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PREMIERES- 3 Guest Choreographers & Pianist

PREMIERES- 3 Guest Choreographers & Pianist

{TICKETS- CLICK HERE} PREMIERES is a mixed bill presented at the Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center for the Performing Arts on March 25-27. It features three world premieres and Balanchine’s rarely-seen pas de deux, Sonatine, accompanied by live piano music. The company has been a hive of activity this month with the contagious energy of ...

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At the Opera

At the Opera

From Jan 25- 27, seven Ballet Palm Beach company dancers performed in Palm Beach Opera’s La Traviata as gypsies and matadors with choreography by Colleen Smith. The dancers enjoyed gaining a new performance experience and working alongside Palm Beach Opera artistic staff and artists. They also received praise by reviewer, David ...

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BALLET PALM BEACH Announces Three New Board Members

BALLET PALM BEACH Announces Three New Board Members

Colleen Smith, Artistic Director of Ballet Palm Beach today announced three new members to the  professional ballet company’s board of directors: + Theodora Aspegren is a real estate investor who serves on the West Palm Beach Historic Planning Board. Originally from New York City and Newport, RI. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in art ...

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In the Press: Gatsby

In the Press: Gatsby

Gatsby has generated some great press for Ballet Palm Beach and has given us a spectacular platform to speak about the powerful impact of ballet! Tyveze Littlejohn who plays the title role shared his inspirational story of how he got involved with ballet! Click below to find out more our Gatsby. “Black dancer overcame odds to get ...

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