Olympic Ballet Theatre celebrates 30th Anniversary with Beaux Arts Dinner and Auction

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Olympic Ballet performing Requiem #2

Olympic Ballet Theatre of Edmonds celebrates its 30th anniversary season with the Beaux Arts Dinner and Auction at 6 pm October 2 at the Nile Country Club, 6601 244th St SW in Mountlake Terrace.

Silent and live auctions offer vacation packages, art, theater tickets, gourmet restaurants and more. The evening features dinner and a preview of the 2010-2011 season, including an excerpt from a new staging of “Coppelia,” a story ballet about a clever girl who tricks a doll maker. 

Enjoy the evening with friends and join the fun of an alumni reunion of dancers, teachers and aficionados who have been a part of our 30 years enriching the community. Walk away with your favorite gift from the amazing array of silent and live auction items!

Tickets to the Beaux Arts Dinner and Auction are $75, a portion of which is tax deductible. Proceeds help fund guest artists, and professional set and costume design for Olympic Ballet Theatre as well as scholarships at Olympic Ballet School. Renew your expressive spirit with OBT, offering exciting full-length productions. To reserve tickets to the dinner and auction, or preview auction items, visit the website or call OBT at 425-774-7570 for more information.

Located at 700 Main Street in Edmonds, Olympic Ballet offers a thriving professional theatre and ballet school, which promote dance as a creative performing art to engage the widest possible audiences with a stimulating repertoire of classical, contemporary and dramatic ballets.

Olympic Ballet’s season of productions begin November 21 with “The Nutcracker.” In February of 2011, the company performs with the Cascade Symphony Orchestra in Saint-Saens’ young people’s classic “Carnival of the Animals,” with its colorful masks and costumes depicting the animal kingdom . April sees a stunning new production of “Coppelia,” choreographed by Mara Vinson and Oleg Gorboulev. For season information, visit the Olympic Ballet website


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