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A youth ballet company in Lincoln, Nebraska, bringing professional level training and beautiful performances to Lincoln for over 30 years.

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  • Join the Lincoln Midwest Ballet Company as it presents Snow White, at North Star High School. In this classic fairy tale, the beautiful Snow White, while fleeing from the evil vain Queen, meets the jovial seven dwarfs who take her into their home.  When the vain Queen poisons Snow White with her enchanted apple, only the kiss from a noble prince can save her.

    The cast of Snow White is made up of talented, young, local dancers who are selected by audition. East High School senior, Olivia Etherton, will dance as Snow White and East High School junior, McKaylee True, will dance as the Evil Queen.  The Artistic Director of the Lincoln Midwest Ballet Company’s Snow White production is Shari True.
     
    Lincoln Midwest Ballet Company's production of Snow White is a unique opportunity for young dancers from southeastern Nebraska to be involved in a professional-quality ballet performance, and the classic fairy tale is sure to delight audiences of all ages.

    Performances will be held:
    Friday, March 24th, 7:00 p.m.
    Saturday, March 25th, 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.

    North Star High School
    5801 N 33rd Street
    Lincoln, Nebraska
     
    Ticket Information: 
    Ticket prices: $25/adults and $15/ students and children
    All are required to have a ticket, including young children.
    The ballet is one hour in length.
    Tickets are available for purchase online at www.tututix.com/lincolnmidwestballet/

  • During its 2015 season, the LMBC Board of Directors had the vision for a fundraising organization to focus on sustaining the valuable mission of LMBC, and Friends of Lincoln Midwest Ballet Company was founded to help ensure the art of dance remains an essential part of our community. This December, Friends of LMBC will host its first fundraising gala. The Sugar Plum Fairy Tea will be held at the Country Club of Lincoln on Saturday, December 3 at 2:00 pm, and will feature tea and delicious delights, treats and gifts, special surprises for adults and children of all ages, and a visit and photo opportunity with the guest of honor, the Sugar Plum Fairy. The Sugar Plum Fairy Tea will support the mission of LMBC in providing magical dance experiences for Lincoln’s youth. Tickets and reserved tables for the Sugar Plum Fairy Tea are available at friendsoflmbc.eventbrite.com. Sponsorship opportunities are also available by contacting Kate Wilson at katewilson107@gmail.com.

  • The Lincoln Midwest Ballet Company is pleased to announce the Steinegger Family Scholarship Fund, established in honor of Susan and Don Steinegger and their daughters, Cathleen and Carolmarie. Susan Steinegger recently retired from the LMBC Board of Directors after 24 years of service to the ballet company. Along with her husband Don, and their daughters, who both performed in LMBC productions in the 1980s and 90s, Susan provided many years of valuable leadership to LMBC. The Steinegger Family Scholarship Fund will assist dancers needing financial support for LMBC audition and participation fees.

    LMBC is a Lincoln-based, non-profit arts organization. For more than 30 years, LMBC has produced The Nutcracker ballet featuring area dancers, nationally known guest artists and a live orchestra. Auditions for the 2016 Nutcracker will be held on September 24 at Mabel Lee Hall.

    If you are interested in donating to the Steinegger Family Scholarship Fund to support area dancers and their participation in the Nutcracker, please contact LMBC at 402-477-8446 or visit lincolnmidwestballet.org. All donations are tax deductible.

 
 
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