With COVID-19 outbreaks on campus, Butler Ballet dancers can be forced to quarantine and miss key performances.
The entire showcase is choreographed by five seniors in the Butler Ballet program, and each brings a separate take or interpretation on what they have learned throughout their academic career.
Despite the pandemic, the Nutcracker will still be performed and available for viewing via livestream. Photo by Claire Runkel. ALEX LINDSEY | STAFF REPORTER | email@example.com Every holiday season, the Butler community gathers in Clowes Memorial Hall to watch Butler ballet’s performance of “The Nutcracker” to get in the festive spirit. This year however, they…
The showcase, a collection of performances organized and performed entirely by students in the Butler Dance Department, will be livestreamed on the Butler Arts & Events Center website.
Before dance studios were reopened last week, dance majors took to finding creative ways to practice dance in a safe way. Even with their creativity, injury was a persistent danger and risk they undertook weekly.
Jeremy Gruner is a dancer, musician and photographer. At Butler, he has found a way to intertwine each aspect into a future career.
Butler Ballet’s “Swan Lake” was set to run from April 17 through April 19. Due to efforts to reduce the spread of coronavirus, the show has been canceled.
Butler dancers are excited to perform the grand, historical ballet “Sleeping Beauty” this weekend for their spring production.
Butler Ballet’s annual event The Nutcracker is a spectacle for all and is the perfect performance for the upcoming holiday season.
Butler ballet will perform outside to celebrate the community and various aspects of the Butler experience.