BBT 2018 Community Outreach Performances
Updated: Jan 22, 2019
Every year in the months of May/June, Brighton Ballet Theater hosts final performances for its CASA , SU-CASA and Cultural Immigrant Initiative grants. We are extremely grateful for the opportunities to work in public schools and senior centers and share our passion for art and dance with other people.
In this FY 2018 CASA Program, BBT partnered again with 3 public schools, which are located in Districts 47 (CM Mark Treyger) and 48 (CM Chaim Deutsch). We have worked with 2nd and 3rd Graders in P.S. 215 Morris H. Weiss and 6th, 7th and 8th Graders in I.S. 228 David A. Boody and I.S. 98 Bay Academy. This year, by the fortunate coincidence, there was a Disney-themed program in all three schools, which was a big success and was very well welcomed by the students.
May 8, 2018 - I.S. 228 David A. Boody
June 12, 2018 - P.S. 215 Morris H. Weiss
Brighton Ballet Theater is extremely grateful to the City Councils Mark Treyger (District 47 - P.S. 215 Morris H. Weiss and I.S. 228 David A. Boody) and Chaim Deutsch (District 48 - IS. 98 Bay Academy) for the ongoing support of CASA Initiative.
In the FY 2018 SU-CASA program, BBT partnered with 5 senior centers to deliver dance, fitness, improv, pilates and music workshops and also to provide a performance opportunity for senior participants. The partner centers included: Council Center for Senior Citizens, Scheuer House of Coney Island, Trumps United NORC, HES Senior Citizens and Senior Alliance NSC.
June 19, 2018 - Scheuer House of CI
June 21, 2018 - JASA at the HES Neighborhood Senior Center
June 22, 2018 - Senior Alliance NSC
June 25, 2018 - Council Center for Senior Citizens
Brighton Ballet Theater is extremely grateful to the City Councils Chaim Deutsch (TRUMPS United Norc and Senior Alliance NSC), Mark Treyger (Scheuer House of Coney Island), Alan Maisel (JASA at the HES) and Kalman Yeger (Council Center for Senior Citizens) for ongoing support of SU-CASA Initiative.
Cultural Immigrant Initiative:
This year as part of the Cultural Immigrant Initiative, BBT offered a series of workshops and free performances in two senior centers: TRUMPS United NORC on Neptune Avenue and also at TRUMPS United on West 5th St. to teach seniors other cultures and improve their emotional, mental and physical health in a collaborative and relaxing environment. The dance workshops addressed seniors’ neuromuscular coordination, core strength, balance, poise and memory and helped to foster a positive outlook and feelings of belonging among seniors.
June 19, 2018 - TRUMPS United NORC
Brighton Ballet Theater is extremely grateful to the City Council Chaim Deutsch for ongoing support of the Cultural Immigrant Initiative.
THIS PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED, IN PART, BY PUBLIC FUNDS FROM THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CITY COUNCIL