Ballet Austin

Ballet Austin Events

Date Type City State

Ballet Austin Programs

Weeks - Start Dt Program Type Program Name Age Range  
38 - 9/3/2019 PostHS Fellowship Program 18 - 22
38 - 9/3/2019 PostHS 2nd Company 18 - 23
2 - 8/5/2019 Summer Summer Junior Intensive 9 - 13
3 - 7/15/2019 Summer Summer Senior Intensive 3 wks July 11 - 22
3 - 6/24/2019 Summer Summer Senior Intensive 3 wks June 11 - 22
6 - 6/24/2019 Summer Summer Senior Intensive 6 wks 11 - 22
34 - 9/4/2018 PostHS Fellowship Program 17 - 22
28 - 8/20/2018 PostHS 2nd Company 17 - 22


in thousands fiscal years 2018 / 2017 / 2016
Revenues unknown 7399
Expenses unknown 7646
Net Income 0 161 / -247 /
Assets unknown 13118 / 12849 /


2016/17 - To China with Love, The Nutcracker, Belle REDUX(A Tale of Beauty & the Beast), The Magic Flute, Alice(In Wonderland).
2015/16 - Hamlet, The Nutcracker, Director's Choice, The Graham Reynolds Project, Cinderella

Artistic Director

Stephen Mills - From his inaugural season as Artistic Director in 2000, Mills attracted attention from around the United States with his world-premiere production of Hamlet, hailed by Dance Magazine as “...sleek and sophisticated.” The Washington Post recognized Ballet Austin as “one of the nation's best-kept secrets” in 2004 after Ballet Austin performed Mills' world premiere of The Taming of the Shrew, commissioned by and performed at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. The Company was first invited to perform at Kennedy Center in January of 2002 with the Mills production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and at The Joyce Theater (NYC) in 2004. In 2005 after two years of extensive research, Mills led 13 organizations through a community-wide human rights collaboration that culminated in the world premiere work Light / The Holocaust & Humanity Project. In 2006 Light / The Holocaust & Humanity Projectwas awarded the Audrey & Raymond Maislin Humanitarian Award by the Anti Defamation League. In 1998 Mills was the choreographer chosen to represent the U.S. through his work, Ashes, at the Rencontres Chorégraphiques Internationales de Seine-Saint-Denis in Paris. Most recently, Mr. Mills was awarded the Steinberg Award, the top honor at the Festival des Arts de Saint-Sauveur International Choreographic Competition for One/The Body’s Grace. In addition to his work as a choreographer, Mr. Mills is a master teacher committed to developing dancers.


First Company - 22 dancers - 12 female, 10 male

Second Company - Ballet Austin II is Ballet Austin's apprentice program and second company. The 8 apprentices, ranging in age from 18-23, are employed for 34 weeks. Ballet Austin II apprentices are recruited through Ballet Austin's Summer Intensive Program and the year-round Trainee Program. 70% of the main company’s current roster are graduates of Ballet Austin II.

Apprentice - unknown

Trainee - See Second company info.

501 W. 3rd.
Austin, TX 78701

Event Site information:
Maple Conservatory
1824 Kaiser Avenue
Irvine, CA 92614
event details

Fee: $40
Age 11-18:
Audition Requirements:
- Audition fee per student due at check-in (1 hour prior to audition time)
- Audition form (Please print, fill out, and bring to audition)
- Full-body dance photograph

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