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Boston Ballet proudly presents BB@home—a series of intimate performances at its grand rehearsal studio located at 19 Clarendon Street. The studio transforms into a state-of-the-art black box theater bringing the audience even closer to the art.

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Nov 12, 2018 | ChoreograpHER

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Boston Ballet’s fall BB@home programming encourages our talented female dancers who have an interest in choreography, giving them a platform to gain experience as choreographers.

This fall, Boston Ballet presents BB@home: ChoreograpHER, a showcase of work by Company dancers Lia Cirio, Hannah Bettes, Jessica Burrows, Sage Humphries, Lauren Flower, and Haley Schwan. Celebrated visual artist Shantell Martin will emcee the program and moderate a conversation with  Artistic  Director Mikko Nissinen, the choreographers, and the audience.

Historically, the majority of produced choreographers have been male. Through BB@home: ChoreograpHER, Boston Ballet is proud to support the creative development of our Company dancers while amplifying the voices and visions of female art makers. Learn more about the ChoreograpHER Initiative

ChoreograpHER is supported in part by a generous grant from the Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation.
The reception, following the Nov 1, 2018 program, is generously supported by BNY Mellon Wealth Management


Sta(i)r(e)s by choreographer Lia Cirio is generously supported by Laura J. Sen. 
In Search of Lost Time by choreographer Hannah Bettes is generously supported by Mr. and Mrs. John Grove and Alison and Frank Quirk. 
Variation by choreographer Jessica Burrows is generously supported by Jack and Beth Meyer.
Momentous by choreographer Lauren Flower is generously supported by Cameron and Michael Casey.
YOU by choreographer Sage Humphries is generously supported by Lynn Dale and Frank Wisneski.
Just by choreographer Haley Schwan is generously supported by Amy Lynne Johnson.
Special guest appearance by Shantell Martin is generously supported by Susan Silberberg

Coming up in 2019*

Feb 78, 2019 | Featuring BBII, Boston Ballet's Second Company Tickets
Feb 2223, 2019 | Featuring a preview of the spring season Tickets

*BB@home programming is subject to change

The audience connection to the art is what truly brings it to life.

Mikko Nissinen, Artistic Director
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