Northeastern Ballet Theatre (NBT) is the artistic vision and passion of its founder Edra Toth, former prima ballerina for Boston Ballet Company, who has built a life teaching children and adults the joy of dance. It is the philosophy of NBT that ballet is an art form. Within a positive and encouraging atmosphere, dancers are taught to develop their unique artistic abilities. Instructors at NBT encourage all dancers to be the best they can be and no drama is tolerated. Northeastern Ballet Theatre is not a competition or recital-driven school. Our classical ballet classes focus on technique for the entire year, and there are many opportunities for performance experience with NBT including an annual production of The Nutcracker, a spring/summer production (past productions include Beauty and the Beast, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, and original ballets such as The Pirate and the Gypsy, and Dracula). NBT will not conform to arbitrary, artificial standards of perfection. Many students aim for professional dance careers, and others simply enjoy dancing as recreation. NBT appreciates and respects both of these purposes, and feels it can best serve the diversity of its students by offering them the opportunity for a rich, life-long experience through serious training in a professional dance atmosphere. Miss Toth believes that there is an “inner dancer” within each of us waiting to be discovered and that ballet is not only about using your body, but your mind and soul. NBT offers partial and full scholarships to those in need – Miss Toth remembers those who helped her find her life through dance and vows to give that experience to as many others as possible. NBT also offers an 8 week summer intensive for all levels of dancers.
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