Carmen is a dazzling beauty, whose fiery passion, free spirit and love of life captivates the hearts of nearly everyone she meets, especially the men.
Based on the true stories, the lives, the culture of three courageous Hispanic women who first brought civilization to Fort Pueblo in the Arkansas River Valley – now Pueblo, Colorado - in 1846 when the United States declared war on Mexico.
BTM Artistic Director Dianna Cuatto writes about Prokofiev's music, her new choreography, and her role as Cinderella's evil stepmother.
Continuing a lovely tradition in memory of a dancer's mother..
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
Our Nutcracker Takes to Twitter and Tells All!
How BTM prepares each of its dance students for dancing on pointe.
By Rebecca Grant