Feb
11
Sat
South Shore Ballet Theatre’s Summer Intensive Dancer Auditions
Feb 11 @ 10:30 am – 1:00 pm

South Shore Ballet Theatre (SSBT), the South Shore’s pre-professional ballet school, announces its “Summer Intensive Dancer Auditions,” on Saturday, February 11, 10:30 am to 12 noon for dancers ages 10 through 18, and 12 noon to 1 pm for dancers ages 7 through 9, at SSBT’s studio, 45 Industrial Park Road, Hingham.

All dancers age 7 through 18 are encouraged to audition for South Shore Ballet Theatre’s popular Summer Intensive programs. Registration is available weekly or as a full-season program, from July 10 through August 4, 9 am to 3 pm weekdays.  The final week of Summer Intensive is Nutcracker-themed, allowing community or SSBT dancers to get a head start preparing for new roles secured for SSBT’s annual holiday season tradition production of “The Nutcracker”.  A program finale performance will be held for students that attend at least three weeks of the program.

Girl dancers arrive wearing black leotard, tights, ballet shoes, pointe shoes (if en pointe), and hair in a bun. Boy dancers arrive wearing a white shirt, black bike shorts or black tights and ballet shoes.

Founded in 2008, South Shore Ballet Theatre is the South Shore region’s pre-professional ballet school featuring world class faculty, training tomorrow’s dancers today!  SSBT’s mission is to provide students and their families with the opportunity to develop an appreciation of ballet and related dance disciplines in a safe and nurturing environment, encouraging students to strive to achieve their fullest potential, regardless of course of study.

The fee to participate in “Summer Intensive Dancer Auditions”  is $20, payable in advance, with a signed waiver, when registering at southshoreballettheatre.com.  To donate to support South Shore Ballet Theatre Foundation’s scholarship program, or for more information about SSBT’s programs, tuition, and performances, visit southshoreballettheatre.com, call 781-312-7224, or follow South Shore Ballet Theatre on social media.

About South Shore Ballet Theatre

Founded in 2008, South Shore Ballet Theatre (SSBT) is the South Shore region’s pre-professional ballet school featuring world class faculty, training tomorrow’s dancers today!  SSBT’s mission is to provide students and their families with the opportunity to develop an appreciation of ballet and related dance disciplines in a safe and nurturing environment, encouraging students to strive to achieve their fullest potential, regardless of course of study.

SSBT students frequently take the performance stage including the beloved full-length production of “The Nutcracker”, their annual Spring Gala and throughout the year collaboratively with local schools and arts programs, sharing the appreciation of dance with the local community.

SSBT staff are committed to supporting diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice. All students are welcome regardless of appearance, gender, race, religion, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or disability. SSBT maintains an open-door policy so that all individuals may join the SSBT community and share this art form.

SSBT’s programs include American Ballet Theatre’s (ABT®) National Training Curriculum, a breakthrough nine-level program that combines high quality artistic training with the basics of dancer health and child development.  The National Training Curriculum consists of a comprehensive set of age-appropriate, outcome-based guidelines to provide the highest quality ballet training to dance students of all ages and skill levels.

For more information about South Shore Ballet Theatre, its programs, tuition, scholarships, and performances, visit SouthShoreBalletTheatre.com, call 781-312-7224, or follow South Shore Ballet Theatre on social media.

Apr
12
Wed
SELA Student Art Exhibit at Norwell Public Library
Apr 12 @ 10:00 am

On display from Wednesday, April 12 through Wednesday, May 10, during business hours

Norwell Public Library, 64 South Street, Norwell, norwellpubliclibrary.org

SELA’s School of Early Global Education and Elementary School showcase their exhibition artwork at Norwell Public Library. Stop in to enjoy the diverse collection of projects and artwork students created throughout the school year.

Founded in 2004 in Cohasset as Su Escuela Language Academy, its private school launched with the goal of preparing English-speaking children to excel linguistically, academically, and socially in global society through instruction in a second and third language. In July of 2011, the academy expanded and opened the doors at its flagship campus in Hingham. Now established as SELA: The International Private School, its educational model has continued to expand, now offering programs for infants through age 5, in addition to the Private Elementary and Middle School programs for Kindergarten through grade 8. Today, with locations in Hingham and Norwell, SELA is the first and only Spanish full immersion school in Southeastern Massachusetts.

Currently, SELA serves nearly 300 students residing in 26 of the region’s communities. Nearly 70 highly-educated faculty members teach in full immersion programs, which includes three spoken languages at its school campuses. SELA’s flagship campus, offering programs serving children from infancy through grade 8, is located at 75 Sgt. William B. Terry Drive, Hingham.  Its recently opened second campus, currently enrolling programs for children up to age 5, is located at 137 Washington Street, Norwell.

For more information about SELA: The International Private School, its programs, tuition, and more, visit selaprivateschool.com, call 781-741-5454, and follow SELA on social media.

May
13
Sat
South Shore Ballet Theatre’s Gala
May 13 @ 2:00 pm

Thayer Academy’s Center for the Arts, 745 Washington Street, Braintree

Tickets:  $20, available 4/1 online through Dance Recital Ticketing at 29965.danceticketing.com

Evelyn Netishen of Cohasset dances the role of “Grass” in SSBT’s prior production of
Peter and the Wolf, courtesy image

South Shore Ballet Theatre’s Gala features an ensemble performance along with a showcase of solo and ensemble performances by SSBT dancers that competed in the Youth America Grand Prix.

Founded in 2008, South Shore Ballet Theatre (SSBT) is the South Shore region’s pre-professional ballet school featuring world class faculty, training tomorrow’s dancers today!  SSBT’s mission is to provide students and their families with the opportunity to develop an appreciation of ballet and related dance disciplines in a safe and nurturing environment, encouraging students to strive to achieve their fullest potential, regardless of course of study.

SSBT students frequently take the performance stage including the beloved full-length production of “The Nutcracker”, their annual Spring Gala and throughout the year collaboratively with local schools and arts programs, sharing the appreciation of dance with the local community.

SSBT staff are committed to supporting diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice. All students are welcome regardless of appearance, gender, race, religion, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or disability. SSBT maintains an open-door policy so that all individuals may join the SSBT community and share this art form.

SSBT’s programs include American Ballet Theatre’s (ABT®) National Training Curriculum, a breakthrough nine-level program that combines high quality artistic training with the basics of dancer health and child development.  The National Training Curriculum consists of a comprehensive set of age-appropriate, outcome-based guidelines to provide the highest quality ballet training to dance students of all ages and skill levels.

For more information about South Shore Ballet Theatre, its programs, tuition, scholarships, and performances, visit SouthShoreBalletTheatre.com, call 781-312-7224, or follow South Shore Ballet Theatre on social media.