BALLET STAGE BY STAGE
Ballet Stage by Stage performance at a local grade school. Photo by Thyra Hartshorn.
In this performance program featuring the apprentices of Oregon Ballet Theatre, students have the chance to step into the daily world of a working dancer. Our apprentices perform contemporary and classical choreography and reveal aspects of their training. A pre-performance professional development workshop is included for teachers and sets up student participation during the show. Resources for teachers are provided, including a study guide and illustrated booklet that describes ballet and theatre vocabulary and dance activities.
Call soon to reserve a date to bring internationally acclaimed Oregon Ballet Theatre to your school!
Dates available for 2013/2014 Coming Soon
The one-hour workshop for teachers is scheduled 1-2 weeks prior to the performance.
Reservations may be made by calling:
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
GRADES: K - 12 / Pricing
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING:
“I also liked the dance class in the beginning and how strict and professional it was run. Also the concentration and passion of the dancers.” - High School Student 2008
STUDENT POEMS WRITTEN AFTER AN IN-SCHOOL PERFORMANCE:
very best dancers
drifting like leaves in the wind
thank you for the show - Danny, 2007
You are radical
You do great performances
You do awesome leaps - Quinn, 2007
2013/2014 SEASON PRICING
Oregon Ballet Theatre endeavors to provide dance education that is both excellent and exciting. To keep user fees affordable, many programs are supported by generous donations to OBT's Education & Outreach programs.
Some scholarship funding may be available for OBT's educational programming. Please call Kasandra Gruener, 503.227.0977 x212, for information.
USE OF RUN FOR THE ARTS FUNDS
If using Run for the Arts funds, please refer to Young Audiences guidelines. Oregon Ballet Theatre is listed as a "Cultural Organization." Please call Kasandra Gruener, 503.227.0977 x212, for information.
Regional Art & Culture Council, including support from the City of Portland,
Multnomah County and the Arts Education & Access Fund. Work for Art,
including contributions from more than 75 companies and 2,000 employees.
This programming is supported in part by a grant from the
Oregon Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts.
William H. & Mary L. Bauman Foundation
Anne A. Berni Foundation
The Boeing Company
OnPoint Community Credit Union
Pacific Power Foundation
Wintz Family Foundation
Juan Young Trust