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Northeastern Ballet Theatre presents "NBT at Home"

Northeastern Ballet Theatre presents "NBT at Home"


Northeastern Ballet Theatre


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Friday, October 16, 2020 - 1:00am daily through January 3, 2021



Northeastern Ballet Theatre

NBT At Home

Enjoy Northeastern Ballet Theatre's Entire 2019 Performance Season from Home

Choose one, two, or three shows, all for $20 or less!

In the spirit of the season and because live ballet performances are on hold for the moment, New Hampshire’s premier ballet company, Northeastern Ballet Theatre, would like to invite you to experience “NBT At Home,” a series of NBT performances from 2019 presented online just for you.

Three different productions, all created by NBT’s Artistic Director and Founder, Edra Toth, former Prima Ballerina for Boston Ballet Company, will be offered as an online subscription series. Beginning October 16, embrace the spookiness of Halloween with “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”, followed by “The Wizard”, on October 30, a balletic interpretation of the first Harry Potter book. Finally, beginning November 27, start your holidays with the classic ballet, “The Nutcracker.” All three shows will be available to watch through January 3, 2021. You can choose to subscribe to all three or just one or two. The cost to watch all three is just $20, two is $15 and $8 for one. This is a fundraiser for NBT’s scholarship program - 20% of NBT students are on full or partial scholarship.

To subscribe to “NBT At Home” or for more information about NBT’s professional classical ballet training school with locations in Wolfeboro and Dover, please visit https://nbtathome.com. Don’t miss this chance to see these special ballet performances. A patron of NBT said it best: “It’s magic what you, Ms. Edra Toth, can create with a minimum of set, always gorgeous costumes, choices of music, and very talented dancers.”

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