An exclusive workshop and discounted tickets are available from the Ballet Theater Company of West Hartford.
Calling all Girl Scouts and Troop Leaders! This spring, the Ballet Theater Company (BTC) premieres its principal ballet “Aladdin” at The Bushnell’s Maxwell M. and Ruth R. Belding Theater.
To complement the ballet, BTC has developed an “Aladdin” workshop specifically for Girl Scout troops on April 3 from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. at BTC’s state-of-the-art studios in West Hartford. Additionally, BTC is offering a special discounted rate for Girl Scout groups to attend the production. Share the magic of “Aladdin” with your Girl Scout this spring.
In the “Aladdin” Girl Scout workshop, daisies, brownies, juniors or cadets will explore the basics of ballet, the history of dance, learn the choreography of “Aladdin”, watch excerpts from live performances, interact with the BTC dancers and view the stunning handmade creations. costumes that will be worn in “Aladdin”! Your Girl Scout will love this interactive experience that will get her moving and thinking creatively. Book your place now! At just $10 per Girl Scout, spots fill up fast.
After attending the “Aladdin” Girl Scout Workshop, Girl Scouts will definitely want to see the full production on stage with its dazzling costumes, sets and props! BTC is offering a discounted rate of $30 for Girl Scout groups of 10 or more to come see “Aladdin” on April 24 at 3 p.m. Gather your fellow Girl Scouts and get ready for a weekend full of dancing, magic and fun. Troop leaders can call 860-987-5959 to reserve tickets.
Ballet performances are always a memorable experience for children, and exploring the performing arts is a great way to encourage youngsters to be creative and express themselves through different mediums! To reserve your place for the workshop and learn more about the program, go to BTC website. Any additional questions can be directed to BTC Outreach Administrator Kyleigh Olivier at [email protected].
BTC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and is supported in part by the Connecticut Office of the Arts, Greater Hartford Arts Council, Ron and Nancy Compton, Edward C. & Ann T. Roberts Foundation, Ahearn Family Foundation, Ensworth Charitable Trust, The Long Foundation, The Buchalter-Breslow Family, Connecticut Public, Cricket Press, Laurel Graphic Design, We-Ha.com, Beam & Barre and Hearst Media Group, Imperial Design & Upholstering, Jane Owen Public Relations, Homestead Funding Corp and Virtus Investments.
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