Ballet Theatre of Maryland’s Excalibur: The Sword in the Stone traces the legend of King Arthur, from his early separation from Morgan, his half-sister and future priestess, to his rise as King of Camelot and his formation of the Knights of the Roundtable, to his ultimate death. Meet some of the main players in this rich tapestry of wizardry, sword fights, the power of good versus the power of evil, romance, and betrayal.
Ballet Theatre of Maryland's Nicole Kelsch on Transforming from Teenage Mermaid to Medieval Warrior
by Elizabeth Fittro
We are honored to welcome Mr. Steve Pimpo as the Ballet Theatre of Maryland's New Board Chairman for the 2016-2017 season.
As a long-time patron and supporter of the Ballet Theatre of Maryland, Steve comes to the position with energy and enthusiasm and a vision that welcomes all new patrons to become part of the Ballet Theatre of Maryland family.
by Roman Mykyta
BTM dancers bring an emotionally charged Excalibur character to life. Guest Blog by Joan Taylor.
BTM Artistic Director Dianna Cuatto writes about Prokofiev's music, her new choreography, and her role as Cinderella's evil stepmother.
30 Years of BTA/BTM Presenting a Full-Length Nutcracker at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts! By Donna L. Cole
Meagan Helman leaves her graceful mark on Ballet Theatre of Maryland
How BTM prepares each of its dance students for dancing on pointe.
By Rebecca Grant