MAB in the News

Mid-Atlantic Ballet's milestone 20th Anniversary Season was featured in a recent article in the Newark Post.  Click here to read the article.  Posted August 4th, 2017

This week’s Out of the Attic item is a photo of the mural at Mid-Atlantic Ballet’s studio at 108 E. Main Street as it looked from 2002 to 2010.  Posted August 4th, 2017

Mid-Atlantic's Ballet recent move was featured in a recent article in the Newark Post.  Posted July 8th, 2016

Replica of acclaimed "Fearless Girl" statue makes appearance in Newark. 

Posted March 24th, 2018

Mid-Atlantic Ballet is featured in a recent article by Beth Chajes in the UDaily Posted December 5, 2015.

Mid-Atlantic Ballet Featured in New Video By Delaware Division of the Arts!

Take a whirlwind tour of the thriving community dance scene in Delaware including a behind the scenes look at Mid-Atlantic Ballet.

Mid-Atlantic Ballet is featured in a recent article by Nicole Sullivan in The Review.  Posted October 20th, 2014.

MAB in Delaware Today (June 2014 issue)

5K Brings out the ballerina in everyone.  Posted November 4th, 2013, Newark Post

Escape reality with Mid-Atlantic Ballet’s “Ever After”. Posted March 20th, 2012.  Newark Post

Tutu-Trot photo gallery.  Posted November 4th, 2013

Mid-Atlantic Ballet Helps Sick Kids Escape Reality

Being the in the hospital isn't a fairy tale. But patients at Nemours Children's Hospital got to escape their daily reality for a little while with help from Mid-Atlantic Ballet. Dancers performed excerpts from their upcoming spring show, Ever After. Ever After is an original ballet by Artistic Director, Patrick Korstange about what might have happened to some beloved fairytale characters after they lived happily ever after.


This is the second time that Mid-Atlantic Ballet has performed at Nemours. They first performed there this past December with excerpts from The Nutcracker. Afterwards, the children were able to ask the dancers questions, that included, "How can you remember everything without a script?' and "How much do you have to practice?" At the end of the performance, one little girl shyly told one of the dancers that she wanted to be a ballerina when she got better.


Both performances have been a big success. The children and parents enjoyed the performance and a chance to forget their reality for a little while. But a more lasting impression was left on the dancers. 

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