COVID UPDATES

US International Ballet is one of the few companies in America performing a full season during COVID-19. USIB dancers will perform five major productions throughout the 2020-2021 season. Dancers will be challenged by daily training and rehearsal. If you are tired of being sidelined by COVID-19, USIB can get your dance career going again!

 

USIB is now accepting new dancers. USIB will accept new dancers throughout the year through rolling applications and auditions until the max number of dancers is reached. USIB has COVID precautions to keep dancers safe and healthy while still dancing.

 

USIB has already successfully performed and toured a full length Giselle during the pandemic. In Summer 2020, Giselle was performed in two cities and in two stunning theaters to both live-streamed and socially-distanced audiences.

The USIB Nutcracker is a work of vast innovation and collaboration. The spectacular Wilson Center partnered with USIB to have a filmed and socially distanced full-length Nutcracker. Children used space throughout the theater to participate within CDC guidelines. Masks, use of space, and hygiene protocols were foundation to bringing the holiday classic to our community during this pandemic.

 

USIB was created on the core of innovation, inclusion, and health. In continuing with our commitment to community and creativity, USIB is leading the nation by keeping ballet performance alive in a pandemic. We encourage you to consider auditioning and become a part of the movement to keep dance alive during COVID.

SUMMER COMPANY
June 27th - August 5th, 2022

US International Ballet Summer Company is a unique professional summer dance experience. Unlike a ballet intensive, which is a school type experience. Summer Company is a short season for a professional company.

In the previous Summer, USIB was proud to host a COVID-adjusted summer company, concluding with two full-length and live-streamed performances of Giselle.

 

Dancers who attend will experience professional company life on a daily basis. Throughout the summer, there will be a variety of work that is being set. The final season performance will be a full production of the third act of the Napoli ballet.

Dancers will get technique and pointe class daily. Body conditioning, variations and contemporary will be varied throughout the week. Company rehearsal will take place every day.

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