International Ballet is proud to celebrate our 20th anniversary season. For one night only on November 5, IB presents From Ballet to Broadway! featuring La Fille Mal Gardee Act I, original works by Vlada Kysselova and Carissa Kubitz, and a surprise musical guest. Get in the holiday spirit with IB's annual production of The Nutcracker featuring the Greenville Symphony Orchestra December 9-11, this annual holiday tradition is sure to delight audiences of all ages! April 22 & 23 IB brings La Sylphide to the Gunter Theatre Stage. This two act, romantic story ballet is one of the oldest ballets still performed. The 20th anniversary season concludes with the Passport to Dance IB benefit gala at the Judson Mill Lofts on May 12! For details and ticket information on this exciting season click Learn More.
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Cara Marie Gary
Joffrey Ballet Dancer & IB Alumna
“The coaching I received at International Ballet gave me a strong technical foundation that has carried throughout my professional career. IB's methodical approach and dedicated leadership inspire passion and instill confidence.”
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“Performing arts education is a vehicle used to teach life lessons. These lessons can change young lives. Youths learn to listen, to work with and respect others, to respect and honor themselves, to be proud of who they are and what they can accomplish, and most importantly to help them know that they matter and are loved. Why wouldn’t anyone be proud to play a small role in their journey? To see the smiles on their faces and receive their hugs is so meaningful. We love the children and are proud to be a part.”