Do you have a passion for art, fashion, movies and/or social media?
Allow us to show you how ballet is part of what you are already interested in. Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet in collaboration with Jump Street is proud to present Teen Night at the Ballet.
PART I: An Introduction
Social media posting encouraged - even during the performances! The more posts, the better.
Enjoy snacks and refreshments during intermission.
Meet other teens and discuss your thoughts on the choreography!
PART II: The Theatre Experience
Experience a live performance!
This is your night out! Gather some friends and head to the theatre for a live performance of CPYB's June Series.
Special events JUST FOR TEENS at the theatre will include:
- TEEN TICKETS get you into the VIP "Sweet"! In this exclusive area teens will receive cake pops and refreshments.
- Submit an article about your first experience to and™ magazine for a chance to be published in one of their issues!
IT DOESN’T END THERE!
You can attend teen and adult ballet class on Tuesdays and Thursdays taught by CPYB faculty at the brand new Capital Blue Cross Hampden Marketplace retail store in Enola.
Classes are free for Capital Blue members and $5/class for everyone else. Teen Night participants (in Part I or Part II) can receive a registration code to attend one class without charge during the 2016-2017 school year. Be inspired by what you experience in the studio and the theatre and try it!
Details: Ballet class at Capital Blue Cross Hampden Marketplace
Email email@example.com to obtain a registration code for a free class.
Must be 12 - 19 years old to participate in Teen Night at the Ballet.
Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet, in collaboration with Jump Street’s and™ magazine, have created this two-part program to engage young and diverse audiences by demonstrating that ballet offers the creativity and passion teens now find in fashion, movies, and social media. This program will enable teen artists to convince their peers that ballet is relevant and reflective of their particular interests and passions. Teen audiences have the opportunity to engage in various ways in addition to viewing the ballet, such as creative writing, graphic design, photography, and more!
Teen Night at the Ballet is made possible in part due to funding provided by
Photograph: limit[LESS] Choreography by Price Suddarth © Rosalie O'Connor Photography