Ballethnic Dance

Ballethnic Dance Events

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Ballethnic Dance Programs

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2587 Cheney Street
East Point, GA 30344


in thousands fiscal years 2018 / 2017 / 2016
Revenues unknown 316
Expenses unknown 420
Net Income 0 27 / -104 /
Assets unknown 243 / 177 /


2016/17 - Cheney Cultural Cul de Sac, Summer Dance Camp, Righteous Dance Workshop
2015/16 - Cheney Cultural Cul De Sac

Artistic Director

Waverly T. Lucas II - Waverly T. Lucas II is a former member of Dance Theatre of Harlem, the Atlanta Ballet, and "Heartstrings." While attending Mary Grove College in Detroit, he began to choreograph and conceived the concept and name of Ballethnic Dance Company. Mr. Lucas was the recipient of the Princess Grace Scholarship. In Ballethnic's short history, he has created more than 20 orginal ballets including two full length works, Urban Nutcracker, and The Leopard's Tale. His choreography has been performed in the 1996 Olympic Arts Festival, the National Black Arts Festivals, Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday Celebration, 93, KINGFEST, and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's Outreach Program. As a part of the 1996 Olympic Arts Festival effort, not only did he choreograph and perform Alonzo, he also had the opportunity to have Irene Tassembedo's Rain Dance set on him. He was chosen for the National Choreographers Award at the Southeastern Regional Ballet Festival.


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Ballethnic Dance Reviews

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2587 Cheney Street
East Point, GA 30344

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Ballethnic Dance Company
2587 Cheney Street
East Point, GA 30344
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Fee: $15
Urban Nutcracker 2019 Auditions
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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