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Celebrating the Season: The Washington Ballet’s Nutcracker

Celebrating the Season: The Washington Ballet’s Nutcracker

The Christmas season is not complete for us without seeing a performance of the Nutcracker! We looked forward to our season ticket performance of The Washington Ballet’s Nutcracker. This is their 10th anniversary celebration. A few days before the performance, I just happened to notice […]

Inspiration from The Washington  Ballet’s Peter Pan Performance

Inspiration from The Washington Ballet’s Peter Pan Performance

After consuming our Easter feast and donning our Easter finery, we had one more event to attend to complete our Easter celebration. We are family season ticket subscribers to The Washington Ballet and were surprised to find that one the performances this year was going […]

Summer Recap

Summer Recap

It’s back to school week and this week we are adjusting to the new demands of our homeschool schedule. This month I will be devoting to educational topics as there are certainly a lot of organizing challenges that go along with school. But first, I […]

Adventures in Ballet and Art

Adventures in Ballet and Art

The day after the HEAV Homeschool Convention ended, I saw that The Washington Ballet was giving a special free performance at the National Gallery of Art in connection with the Diaghilev and the Ballet Russses exhibit currently on display. Even though we had just done […]

The Washington Ballet’s Spring Performance at THEARC

The Washington Ballet’s Spring Performance at THEARC

Last weekend, we had a wonderful experience seeing how a community can be transformed through the arts.  The last performance of our Family Series tickets with The Washington Ballet was “Peter and the Wolf + Other Works.”  When we looked at the tickets the day […]