The Movement Ballet presents Grit & Grace: Ballet Heroines of the 19th Century
Saturday, February 25, 2023 at 11:00 AM; 1:30 PM; 4:00 PM
Williamsburg Library Theatre, 515 Scotland Street, Williamsburg, VA 23185
Tickets $10.00, available in advance at and at the door
(Appropriate for families with children age 3+)
The 2nd Annual Discover Tradition production of The Movement Ballet at Williamsburg Library Theatre is on Saturday February 25. The Movement Ballet presents Grit & Grace: Ballet Heroines of the 19th Century where you will watch ghosts of heartbroken young women, joyful brides, ethereal fairies, and courageous princesses, the heroines of the historical ballet stage come to life. If you would like to know more about The Movement Ballet Youth Ballet Ensemble, including how your child may audition, please visit our article The Movement Ballet: Q& A with its Directory Amy Haley.
Keep scrolling form more information on Grit & Grace including the Guest Artist from The Richmond Ballet.
The Movement Ballet is proud to announce that Jackson Calhoun of Richmond Ballet will appear as a special guest artist at Grit & Grace: Ballet Heroines of the 19th Century. TMB’s young dancers are so grateful to share the stage with him, and let’s give him a warm welcome to our Williamsburg performing arts community!
Jackson Calhoun was exposed to arts education at a young age. He attended the Arts Based School during his earliest years, to then study and graduate from The University of North Carolina’s School of the Arts’ Ballet high school program. From high school, he was accepted as a Richmond Ballet II dancer and is returning for his third season with the Richmond Ballet.
Please come and enjoy an afternoon of music and dance, celebrating the enduring power of classical ballet and our community’s young performing artists. GET TICKETS
Photo Credit of TMB dancers: Kris Keily Photography
Learn more about The Movement Ballet at the bottom of this post.
THE MOVEMENT BALLET
The mission of The Movement Ballet is to create versatile and healthy dancers who are highly technical and perform with confidence and artistry.
The training received as a member of TMB is based on a broad-spectrum classical technique, founded on the American Ballet Theatre® National Training Curriculum. We aim to craft an assured and creative dancer who plans to enter the current dance world, ready for opportunity and advancement.
If you would like to know more about The Movement Ballet Youth Ballet Ensemble, including how your child may audition, please visit our article The Movement Ballet: Q& A with its Directory Amy Haley.
Learn more about The Movement Ballet at Institute for Dance