Bossov Ballet Theatre
Bossov Ballet Theatre at MCI is both a performing company and an international pre-professional ballet school. The Bossov troupe includes dancers of many ages and levels of experience. Dancers who attend MCI during the school day, and qualify for the program (after auditioning), are eligible to receive full academic credit for ballet training. All BBT students, regardless of whether or not they attend MCI, train after school and with professional dancers who come to BBT to appear in guest roles. The experience of performing on stage with large casts of older and younger dancers is an invaluable opportunity for aspiring dancers.
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BBT offers MCI students who pass an audition the unique opportunity to study classical ballet (Vaganova method) as part of the academic curriculum. Our Year-Round program allows students to earn full academic credit for their ballet training.
Bossov Ballet Theatre’s six-week summer intensive program is designed to replicate a professional company performance experience by participating in a full-scale production that takes students from the classroom to the stage.
Bossov Ballet at MCI gave me a balance of academics with rigorous training, which is what inspired me to pursue my degree. At 16 years old, Natalya Getman taught me the most important lesson: that performing on stage is a great privilege.”
- hannah Holtsclaw '16
Principal dancer with Ballet Pensacola
After School Program
Designed for aspiring ballet dancers seeking professional training, our After School Program presents an exclusive opportunity to immerse oneself in the art of ballet. We strive to cultivate exceptional dancers who possess a deep understanding of the art form.
There are many exceptional ballet students that have experienced our various ballet programs. Hear from our previous dancers about what makes Bossov Ballet Theatre so special, and what their lives have been like after leaving our program.