Analy H.S. Theater
Join us as we perform our 22nd annual Sebastopol Nutcracker, featuring more than 75 local dancers and professional guest artists.
Friday, Dec 20, 7:00pm
Saturday, Dec 21, 2:00pm & 7:00pm
Sunday, Dec 22, 2:00pm
Please go to our Nutcracker page for ticket sales and more information.
9:30am & 11:00am
Santa Rosa High School
Tickets still available for groups and individuals!
Limited numbers of tickets are available for both shows. Call (707) 824-8006 now to reserve yours!
The "MicroNut" is a one-hour long version of The Nutcracker Ballet, performed for schools, senior groups, etc. Tickets are $4 each for groups and $5 each for individuals.
If you are interested in bringing your class or group to see MicroNut, please call our studio at (707) 824-8006 or send us an email.
Have a ballet themed birthday party for your child at our studio. Ages 3 and up.
Each 2-hour party is led by one of our ballerinas and includes: a performance by the ballerina in costume; a 20-minute ballet class; a tutu to take home; a tiara or wand to decorate; and more!
Leave the set up and clean up to us!
Download the Ballet Birthday Party flyer for more information
Call (707) 824-8006 or send us an email to reserve your party today
Order DVDs of the 2013 Summer Recital and 2012 Nutcracker from the DVD Order page. Previous Nutcrackers and Summer Recitals are also available.
Nutcracker DVDs are offered with a choice of the Friday evening/Saturday matinee shows or the Saturday evening/Sunday matinee shows.
Sebastopol Ballet School is proud to have been voted "Best Ballet Company" and "Best Performing Dance Company" in the North Bay Bohemian's readers poll. Thanks to everyone who voted!
Rental of one or both of the Sebastopol Ballet School studios by the hour is now available. See the Studio Rental page for more information.
Congratulations to SBS students who won scholarships in the 2013 Helen Cochrane Memorial Scholarship Competition:
After 19 years at the Sebastopol Community Cultural Center, Sebastopol Ballet School now has it's very own dance studio.
"It all happened very quickly," said Director Susan Borgeson, who along with others in the organization, often dreamed of having a space dedicated just to dance.
Juggling schedules, especially during the busy rehearsal season before the annual "Nutcracker" performance, was often a challenge for students and teacher alike.