From Hinkle Fieldhouse to the AT&T Stadium — the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders add a bulldog to their rookie roster as Kayla Hayes makes her lifelong dream as a professional dancer.
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.
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.
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.
Opinion columnist Claire Barnett takes a deep dive into the surprisingly startling history of the show we’ve all heard of, but at the same time, no one truly understands.
Butler dancers are excited to perform the grand, historical ballet “Sleeping Beauty” this weekend for their spring production.
Butler Ballet presents the Midwinter Dance Festival, focusing on contemporary and modern styles of dance.
According to College Magazine, Butler University’s dance program is ranked no. 3 in the nation, right behind The Juilliard School and New York University.
Columnist Quintin Meyers shares his favorite dance routines of the year and how they came to enter the mainstream.
After decades of performing, dancer and professor Ramón Flowers looks to share his expansive knowledge with Butler’s dance program