Off the plane from San Francisco: Verb Ballets Hosts Choreographer Charles Anderson

Verb Ballets is proud to welcome national choreographer Charles Anderson in studio the week of June 27-July 1, 2016. Anderson is a former member of New York City Ballet and has become one of the leading forces of the San Francisco Bay Area contemporary dance movement. Anderson began choreographing ballets while still a dancer with the New York City Ballet, and he co-founded and acted as artistic director for Ballet, Inc. in New York, where he choreographed many of his early works. He later founded Company C Contemporary Ballet in 2002, where he currently serves as Artistic Director in San Francisco. Read More...

Verb Ballets Brings Diverse Styles to NEO this Summer

Verb Ballets showcases dynamic programming this summer through bold artistry, unique styles and technical excellence that captivates a broad audience. The company will debut this summer at the Akron Art Museum Bud and Susie Rogers Garden Opening on July 16, 2016, Heinz Poll Summer Dance Festival at Hardesty Park on July 29 & 30, 2016 and at Tremont’s Arts in August on August 13, 2016. Read More...

New York to LA: Verb Ballets Company hosts distinguished choreographers Roger C. Jeffrey and Charles Anderson

Verb Ballets is proud to host nationally distinguished choreographers Roger C. Jeffrey and Charles Anderson this summer. The new company works will debut this summer at the Akron Art Museum Bud and Susie Rogers Garden Opening on July 16, 2016, Heinz Poll Summer Dance Festival at Hardesty Park on July 29 & 30, 2016 and at Tremont’s Arts in August on August 13, 2016. Read More...

Adult community dancers share their love of dance with seniors

A group compromised of nine adults over age forty have rekindled an appreciation of dance and want to share their love of movement with local seniors. The AdVerb Project, a community extension of Verb Ballets, is a group comprised of local adults taking ballet classes at the Verb Ballets studio in Shaker Heights. The AdVerb Project developed out of adult learners looking to experience what it is like to be a professional dancer and to learn to perform. In an effort to give back to the community The AdVerb Project will be performing for seniors at local nursing homes over the next five weeks. Read More...