Stage + Studio, A Louisville Ballet Blog: Glancing Back; Looking Forward by Annie Honebrink

Louisville Ballet’s 65th Anniversary Season has given the company and Louisville audiences the full spectrum that this art form has to offer.  The Ballet opened its season with a program that emphasized the company’s broad range—from Balanchine’s 1947 Theme and Variations with tutus and pink tights, to Twyla Tharp’s 1986 In the Upper Room with … Continued

Stage + Studio, A Louisville Ballet Blog: Family Focus by Annie Honebrink

Family ties us together.  Holds us up.  Builds us into something more.  Bigger.  Fuller.  Family reminds us who we are and who we can become.  Family laughs together in times of joy and picks one another up in times of despair.  Louisville Ballet is a family.  Since its conception sixty-five years ago, a family based … Continued

Louisville Ballet Announces 2016-2017 Season

Featuring a dynamic 65th Anniversary Season kickoff program, a Tchaikovsky trio that includes a new Swan Lake with a radical visual interpretation, an exciting collaborative production with Louisville Visual Art and more! LOUISVILLE, KY, Thursday, March 17, 2016 – Louisville Ballet is thrilled to announce its 2016-2017 Season as the Company prepares to celebrate 65 … Continued

PRESS: The Show Must Go On

How the performing arts are embracing the virtual stage for the fall 2020 season by Sarah Levitch, The Voice-Tribune I once read somewhere that the Earth without “art” is just “eh.” Possessed with a poignant ability to connect people of different beliefs or languages, art persists in society as an instigator, uniter and healer. Art … Continued

PRESS: You can’t cancel Christmas. How these Louisville theaters are keeping holiday magic alive

by Dahlia Ghabour, The Courier-Journal Louisville, KY— The letter canceling “The Nutcracker” arrived in the heat of late July. It wasn’t exactly a surprise, but Kelli Archer still dreaded having to tell her 14-year-old daughter, Kate, she would not be performing in “The Brown-Forman Nutcracker” with the Louisville Ballet. The unyielding coronavirus pandemic and continued … Continued