Coronavirus strikes again, putting the hard work and dreams of Butler’s performance majors in jeopardy. Near the end of March, the Butler Ballet hit a snag when a number of their performers tested positive for COVID-19.
With COVID-19 outbreaks on campus, Butler Ballet dancers can be forced to quarantine and miss key performances.
A Butler Ballet dancer reflects on artists’ experiences during the past months, concerning loss of motivation and passion.
Multimedia Reporter Alexis Wallman has the story on how Butler Ballet’s Annual Production of the Nutcracker will be different this year.
The necessity of Butler facilities for some students and the urge to fight for longevity of use.
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 Ballet’s annual Midwinter Dances, featuring music by award-winning composer Michael Abels.
Dancers will dance on injuries because of “the show must go on mentality” and won’t take time to recover because of the stigma surrounding it.
Staff reporter Stefanee Montesantos shares her personal story of being a dancer recovering from injury.