Ballet for Children

Under the Direction of Michele Ball
Baton Rouge Ballet Theatre’s Ballet for Children will entertain your students while introducing them to dance and nutrition through humorous dialogue and original choreography.

Journey to the Emerald City

Healthy Stops & Healthy Swaps

Follow the Yellow Brick Road out of Louisiana and into the magical land of OZ! as familiar characters such as Dorothy, Cowardly Lion, Scarecrow and Tin Man help our Cajun Marie make healthy choices to find her way back home.
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The Ballet for Children cast of professional dancers has received rave reviews for their work in dance and nutrition education across south Louisiana, performing in more than 100 schools for more than 50,000 students. The program travels fully equipped to perform at a school site for as many children as a cafeteria or gym/auditorium can accommodate.

It’s quite simple to schedule Ballet For Children to visit your school. Each performance for the 2016-2017 school year is $625.00, and there are some scholarship funds available for schools with special needs. Studies have shown that children that participate in Arts-In-Education programs – like BFC – perform better in school. Enhance your school’s arts program by scheduling a Ballet for Children performance today!

Ballet for Children Cast

  • Michele Ball
  • Kevin Bell
  • Christy Benoit
  • Erin Brown
  • Claire Broyles
  • Katherine Glenn
  • Stephanie Nuccio
  • Nicole Simmons
  • Renee Stelzer
  • Sharon Weltman

For more information or to schedule a performance, please contact (225) 766-8379 or bfc@batonrougeballet.org.

“I think it opened the children’s eyes (especially the boys) to see that dancing can be fun, silly and have a great message.”
LSU Lab School
“Students were captivated the entire time. One of the best assemblies we’ve ever had.”
Albany Lower
“Great connection to our current lesson.”
Dorseyville Elementary