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The Children’s Ballet Theatre is located in downtown Danville at 51 South Tennessee Street, close to the Danville Public Library. Ample parking is available in a lot across Tennessee street. There is limited parking behind the studio and on Tennessee street.

Please check out our FAQ Page for answers to some of your questions, or feel free to Contact Us anytime.

A safe and positive studio environment is best for teaching, learning and having fun – and is essential to our success.

  • Listen carefully and follow directions.
  • Be polite and encouraging to your classmates. Dance requires teamwork!
  • Respect your classmates and teachers in your words and actions. Thank your teachers at the end of class.

Dancers are welcome in the studio dressing room 10-15 minutes before class. Please try to be prompt when picking up your dancer from class. Parents are welcome to wait during class, but are not required to. If you choose to stay in the waiting room, please keep distractions to a minimum.

2019-20 Holidays

Classes are held on all scheduled class dates except when Danville schools are cancelled for bad weather. Classes are not held during the following holidays:

  • Thanksgiving: November 28 – 30
  • Christmas: December 21 – January 4
  • Spring Break: March 21 – 28

Spring Performance

On Saturday, May 30, and Sunday, May 31, 2020, The Children’s Ballet will cast and stage a performance of an original ballet written and choreographed especially for this season’s dancers.

The performance includes parts written and choreographed for each dancer. Parents should notify the studio if their student must miss classes after February 1. Students should be available for all rehearsals the week before the performance.

Payment for costumes is included with your registration fee. This $60 fee is refundable until Christmas break. Dancers wearing more than one costume in the performance may pay the balance throughout the fall semester ($60 per costume). All costume fees are due by Christmas break.

Did You Know?

Dressing properly for class is a lesson in itself as students learn both discipline and cooperation.

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We are a non-profit organization dedicated to providing high-quality dance instruction while instilling in students self-discipline, dedication, positive self-esteem, and an appreciation for the art of dance. We value and nurture each student's unique gifts of talent and creativity in a safe studio environment in order to educate, enrich, and inspire.

We are updating our website for the 2019-2020 season. Please excuse any disruptions to the layout. - The Children's Ballet