Ballet Royale believes that dance is primarily a performance art form, not a competitive sport—a gift to be shared with and appreciated by audiences. We therefore focus on providing students with multiple different performance and outreach opportunities throughout the year, in large and small venues, in collaboration with other arts groups, professionals, and community members and organizations, in theatrical settings and with age appropriate costumes and choreography.
Such performances—between six and ten per year—include Twin Cities Ballet's annual full-length Nutcracker ballet and new original works such as 2011's World Premiere of the acclaimed "Wizard of Oz -- The Ballet,"  collaborating with professional dance companies such as James Sewell Ballet, multiple Studio Performances and Showcases, major Theatrical Productions each spring, artistic collaborations with visual artists and the Lakeville Area Arts Center, and outreach programs in public schools and the Minneapolis Institute of Art.


For specific perfomances and events, please see "Upcoming Performances"