It is with much appreciation that we welcome Home Savings as the sole sponsor of our soon to be created Bicentennial Ballet.
It may be winter still, but Spring Semester has begun at Opus II Dance Studio. Here is what's happening.
Week of January 26 at Opus - We wrap-up the Jan Mini-Mester ... Spring Semester begins on next week ... Rehearsals are in progress.
Closed for Mon Holiday .. Mini-Mester resumes on Tues .. Spring Semester Re-enrollment is ongoing .. and preparations are underway for next round of performance.
Week of January 12 - Mini-Mester & Spring Semester Re-Enrollment time.
The "big kids" are back in class this week ... and it feels good! Check our this Dance Tip to help you dance through the cold weather.
Nutcracker 2014 - It's A Wrap. With thanks! See this video Christmas Card.
Many hands make light work. See behind the scenes as our fantastic crew sets the stage for Nutcracker to happen.
It's time to put this king-sized rat in his place! The Nutcracker battles the Rat King Dec 12-14 at AU's Hugo Young Theatre.
Abigail (Plank) Carter remembers a childhood full of Nutcrackers.
Cast members of Ashland Regional Ballet's The Nutcracker participate in the annual Ashland Christmas Parade.
Rehearsal day interviews of ARB Directors, plus dancers Sabrina Lindhout, Madeline Carter, Elyse Kulka and guest.
Nutcracker Memory by Bruce Sliney. On Halloween 2004, while at work, I received one the most surprising phone calls ever. My daughter Kassie, who was
See behind the scenes - A typical Saturday during Nutcracker season at Opus II Dance Studio.
Thanks to all who helped make the Yankee Candle Fundraiser a huge success. We appreciate you very much.
Shelley Bernhard remembers her daughter Elizabeth dancing in The Nutcracker - "From Battle Scene to Snow"
My heart always swells with pride and joy to see my daughter dance. ~Renee Maggelet, mother of ARB member Nadia.
Anna Barnes (Clara 2007) remembers stepping into the Clara Pointe Shoes. "... the audience is left to question whether or not it was real. But for me, it was that ... and more."