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Ballerina Mama!

It’s hard to miss Ballet Palm Beach dancer, Lily Ojea Loveland, entering the studio in the mornings.  She’s the one that’s armed with enough stuff to topple a small pack mule. She hoists the usual ballet dancer necessities like water bottles, warm ups, tape, sewing supplies, pointe shoes, etc. in addition to a diaper bag, […]

5 Cinderella Facts You Didn’t Know!

(Or at least I’m assuming you didn’t…apologies if I have questioned your fairy tale knowledge!) by Rebekah Levin 1. The 1st Cinderella dates back to 1 B.C.! “The Girl with the Rose-Red Slippers” is the earliest Cinderella story, dating all the way back to 1 B.C! A maltreated but kind Greek slave girl marries the Pharaoh after […]

Aww, We’re Blushing!

“THANK YOU” to all our audience members and supporters for our new ballet Gatsby, which premiered March 19th! We certainly were overjoyed to finally share with you the culmination of the metaphoric and literal “blood, sweat, and tears!” A sweeping curtsy of gratitude goes out to Mr. Rex Hearn of for his review of Gatsby in […]

The Creation of Gatsby – Meet Myrtle and George

RESERVE YOUR SEATS An Interview with Myrtle and George By Rebekah Levin   Please enjoy the final installment of our in-depth dancer interviews with our “Myrtle” and “George Wilson.” First up is Myrtle, a rather “colorful” character, played by Madeleine Miller. Madeleine has trained at Ballet Palm Beach’s school since she was about knee-high to […]

The Creation of Gatsby – Meet Daisy and Gatsby

RESERVE YOUR SEATS FOR GATSBY An Interview with Daisy and Gatsby By Rebekah Levin   Today, I have the pleasure of interviewing Daisy and Gatsby! Or rather, the dancers that portray them– Jessica Dandine and Tyveze Littlejohn! *applause, please* Daisy, one of the main characters in Gatsby, is played by the charming Jessica Dandine. “Just […]

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