Ballet Theatre Company presents a special Snow White Edition

Ballet Theatre Company will host a Turning Pages special Snow White edition on Wednesday, June 2nd from 1 – 2 pm that will include a storytelling of the classical ballet, a look at the production’s costumes and props, and an in-studio excerpt performance of scenes from Snow White performed by BTC’s professional Season Dancers.

From June 12-30, Ballet Theatre Company will premiere a full-length, digital performance adapted for film and presented in a movie-style format, of the beloved classical storybook ballet, Snow White.

A Zoom Link will be sent to you when you register

For children ages 3 – 7 and their families

Turning Pages: Ballet Theatre Company

Ballet Theatre Company of West Hartford presents:

Turning Pages

11 am

Ballet Theatre Company’s Turning Pages invites you to join a dance professional for a movement-focused storytelling experience.  Move from page to page making stories come to life in ways that engage the whole body.  Learn dance vocabulary, pantomime basics, and improve coordination of movement and fine motor skills all while experiencing a storybook adventure.

Children ages 3 -6

On Zoom

Turning Pages: Ballet Theatre Company

Ballet Theatre Company of West Hartford presents:

Turning Pages

11 am

Ballet Theatre Company’s Turning Pages invites you to join a dance professional for a movement-focused storytelling experience.  Move from page to page making stories come to life in ways that engage the whole body.  Learn dance vocabulary, pantomime basics, and improve coordination of movement and fine motor skills all while experiencing a storybook adventure.

Children ages 3 -6

On Zoom

Turning Pages: Ballet Theatre Company

Ballet Theatre Company of West Hartford presents:

Turning Pages

11 am

Ballet Theatre Company’s Turning Pages invites you to join a dance professional for a movement-focused storytelling experience.  Move from page to page making stories come to life in ways that engage the whole body.  Learn dance vocabulary, pantomime basics, and improve coordination of movement and fine motor skills all while experiencing a storybook adventure.

Children ages 3 -6

On Zoom

Children’s Manager Kari Ann’s Pick

Life in motion : an unlikely ballerinaLife in motion : an unlikely ballerina / by Misty Copeland with Brandy Colbert (2016 children’s biography, J 92 Copeland)
As the first female African-American principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre, Misty Copeland has been breaking down all kinds of barriers in the world of dance. But when she first started dancing-at the late age of thirteen-no one would have guessed the shy, underprivileged girl would one day make history in her field.

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