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All ticket sales are final. For any questions concerning activities, please contact: Activities Coordinator: events@joffreyballetschool.com

NEW YORK CITY

 

  1. NYC TICKETED ACTIVITIES
    • Ticketed Activities are arranged by JBS and requires a purchased ticket to be able to attend.
  2. NYC DORM ACTIVITIES
    • Dorm Activities are sightseeing activities arranged by JBS for housing students. Attendance is free, but students may want to take money along if they wish to shop around the area.
  3. NYC MUSICAL THEATRE INTENSIVE ACTIVITIES
    • Musical Theatre Intensive Musicals are activities arranged by JBS and is part of the Musical Theatre Intensive course.
    • All activities are assigned by the Artistic Directors and Coordinators. Dancers will receive more information about their assignment the week before their intensive.
    • Students will only attend one musical a week.

 

LAS VEGAS

 

  1. LV CIRQUE ARTS ACTIVITIES
    • The Cirque Activities are events arranged by JBS and is part of the Cirque course.
    • All activities are assigned by the Artistic Directors and Coordinators. Dancers will receive more information about their assignment the week before their intensive.
    • Students will only attend one activity a week.
  2. LV JAZZ & CONTEMPORARY ACTIVITIES
    • The Jazz & Contemporary Activities are events arranged by JBS and is part of the J&C course.
    • All activities are assigned by the Artistic Directors and Coordinators. Dancers will receive more information about their assignment the week before their intensive.
    • Students will only attend one activity a week.

LONDON

 

  1. LONDON MUSICAL THEATRE INTENSIVE MUSICALS
    • The Musical Theatre Intensive Musicals are activities arranged by JBS and is part of the Musical Theatre Intensive course.
    • All activities are assigned by the Artistic Directors and Coordinators. Dancers will receive more information about their assignment the week before their intensive.
    • Students will only attend one activity a week.

Where to purchase tickets for Ticketed Activities?

Who is allowed to purchase tickets?

  • JBS Housing and Commuter students as well as guardians are allowed to purchase tickets to Ticketed Activities.
  • Patrons other than legal guardians MUST consult the Activities Coordinator, before purchasing tickets.
  • Students are welcome to attend any of the Ticketed Activities during the Summer Intensives. They are not restricted to the activities during their registered week.
  • It is very important to note the names and information for all patrons who will be attending the activity.

 

Traveling:

  • All activities are chaperoned by JBS staff. Staff will escort Housing students, from the dorm/studio to the activity, attend the activity with the students and escort them back to the dorm.
  • In the event that a Housing student will not have enough time to travel back to the dorm after class, they will need to pack for the day accordingly.
  • Housing students (on the meal plan) departing from the studio MUST pick up their pre-prepared dinner during breakfast. Students who do not pick up a meal at breakfast will not have a meal saved for them.
  • Departure from the dorm/studio: Students MUST arrive at the departure location at the assigned time. Please note that for some activities, you will only have a few minutes between class and the departure time to eat and get dressed.
  • Arrival at the venue: Commuter students who did not travel with the group, must meet at the designated spot by the assigned time.
  • During the activity: All JBS students should listen to staff and should be exhibiting proper etiquette. Students are not allowed to be on their phone or talk during a performance, climb over seats, etc. A staff member will address them if they do not behave accordingly. Please do not disrespect the staff members assigned to the activity.
  • After the Activity: ALL STUDENTS (HOUSING AND COMMUTER) MUST MEET at the designated spot where attendance will be taken. Commuter students are not allowed to leave until they are dismissed and accounted for. Housing students must travel back to the dorm with the group.

Tickets:

  • Will be distributed at the venue before the event.
  • If a commuter student is not present after distribution of tickets is complete, their name and “JBS” will be written on the back of the ticket and left at the box office.
  • VERY IMPORTANT:
    • JBS does not officially honor seating requests. Traditionally the group tickets are reserved together. Some seats might not be located in the same row or section as the rest of the group. The Activities Coordinator and housing department do not have any control of seating assignments determined by the box office or tickets that were added on after the original order.
    • To ensure that you are seated with the group or to request a seat close to your friends, it will be in your best interest to arrive on time to the venue. Although seating requests are not guaranteed, we will try our best to honor them. After ticket distribution is completed, the tickets will be left at the box office. these tickets will be the tickets that remained after all other tickets were distributed and might not be located together or with the rest of the group.
  • Tickets will only be distributed to dancers and guardians listed on the roster (as provided by the students/guardians when purchasing the tickets).

Is there a waitlist for sold out Ticketed Activities?

  • To request tickets for a sold out activity, please email the Activities Coordinator to place your name on a waitlist.
  • The Activities Coordinator can NEVER guarantee additional tickets or tickets requested.

 

Exchange/Refund Policy?

  • ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES ALLOWED.
  • If a dancer cannot attend an activity that they purchased a ticket for, they must inform the Activities Coordinator immediately. They may choose to gift the ticket to another dancer, but must provide the name and contact details for the ticket claimer. They may also choose to donate the ticket. If there is a waitlist and the event is sold out, the ticket can be sold to a dancer from the list, and only after the ticket is sold, will a refund be processed to the original buyer. It is not the responsibility of the Activities Coordinator or Joffrey Ballet School to find a replacement or buyer for a dancer who is not able to attend an activity. As all sales are ultimately final, no refunds are guaranteed.
  • It is the responsibility of the dancers and parents to confirm intensive and activity dates, times as well as activity details, before purchasing tickets.

 

When are the activities scheduled?

  • The Ticketed Activities, Dorm and Musical Theatre Intensive activities traditionally take place on weekday evenings and Saturdays.
  • None of the activities are scheduled at the same time.
  • The Ticketed Activities available on the Dancer Portal and Website are separate from the Musical Theatre Intensive Program. The Broadway Shows for the Musical Theatre Intensive will not be scheduled on the same evenings as extra Ticketed activities. Dancer’s attending the Intensive will be able to attend their assigned shows, as well as extra activities that they bought tickets for.
  • None of the activities should conflict with classes or rehearsals. If an additional rehearsal is scheduled and conflicts with an activity, the dancer will be excused by the Activities Coordinator and choreographer.

Communication:

  • It is the goal of the Housing Department and Activities Coordinator to post all information and instructions concerning Ticketed Activities, Dorm Activities and Musical Theatre Intensive Musicals in the dorm and at the studios during the week of the program.
  • The Activities Coordinator also sends emails with detailed information no later than the day before the activity for Ticketed Activities & Musical Theatre Intensive Musicals.
  • Staff will also talk about activities each Sunday during Housing orientation.
  • Although the Activities Coordinator posts all information as far in advance as possible, some communication concerning instructions and detailed information may be delayed at times due to many variables such as staff and escort arrangements, rehearsal schedules and many other tangible details.

 

Curfew Extensions?

  • Housing students have a curfew.
  • Student attending a Ticketed Activity, Musical Theatre Musical or Dorm Activity will automatically have a curfew extension. Legal Guardians do not need to submit a request for a curfew extension.
  • All Housing Students MUST check in for Curfew after returning from the activity.  

What if a student did not receive any information by the night before the activity?

Very important:

    • If a student purchased a ticket for an activity and did not receive any information (due to a technical or common error), they should reach out to a staff member and not wait until the day of the activity to confirm information.
    • If a dancer is unsure about arrangements and instructions concerning an activity, it remains their responsibility to retrieve and confirm that information.
    • Students can:
      • Text/call the RA on duty
      • Ask the ra on duty or during curfew
      • Ask the intern at the studio
      • Call, text or email the activities coordinator
    • JBS will not be liable for a student that missed an activity due to uncertainty concerning arrangements, as there are multiple resources available.
    • Dancers who did not follow instructions as far as departure times and destinations are concerned , will not be accommodated. claiming to be uniformed will not be accepted as an excuse.

 

ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS ARE ALLOWED

How to sign up?

  • Housing students can sign up for Dorm Activities on the Dancer Portal – bit.ly/jbsactivities
  • Sign-up for Dorm Activities will close at midnight on the Sunday before the activity.
  • Housing students MUST attend the activities that they signed up for. Students who would no longer like to attend the activity after they signed up, must email events@joffreybaletschool.com to take their name off the list.

Who is allowed to attend?

  • Only JBS Housing students are allowed to sign up for Dorm Activities. NO GUARDIANS OR COMMUTER STUDENTS.

 

When are the activities scheduled?

  • The Ticketed Activities, Dorm and Musical Theatre Intensive activities traditionally take place on weekday evenings and Saturdays.
  • None of the activities are scheduled at the same time.
  • The Ticketed Activities available on the Dancer Portal and Website are separate from the Musical Theatre Intensive Program. The Broadway Shows for the Musical Theatre Intensive will not be scheduled on the same evenings as extra Ticketed activities. Dancer’s attending the Intensive will be able to attend their assigned shows, as well as extra activities that they bought tickets for.
  • None of the activities should conflict with classes or rehearsals. If an additional rehearsal is scheduled and conflicts with an activity, the dancer will be excused by the Activities Coordinator and choreographer.

 

Curfew Extensions?

  • Housing students have a curfew.
  • Student attending a Ticketed Activity, Musical Theatre Musical or Dorm Activity will automatically have a curfew extension. Legal Guardians do not need to submit a request for a curfew extension.
  • All Housing Students MUST check in for Curfew after returning from the activity.  

How to register?

  • Students sign up for musicals when registering for the intensive. The activity is part of the course and students DO NOT need to purchase additional tickets for these musicals.

Who is allowed to attend?

  • Only Students who are registered for the NYC Musical Theatre Intensive and have signed up and paid to attend the musicals.
  • NO GUARDIANS are allowed, unless the Artistic Directors and Activities Coordinator announce that there are tickets available. (These announcements usually happen the day before or the same day as the activity).

Traveling:

  • All activities are chaperoned by JBS staff. Staff will escort Housing students, from the studio to the activity, attend the activity with the students and escort them back to the dorm.
  • Commuter students are required to travel with the group, unless they are 14 and older and a guardian signs them out at the studio at the end of the day, or they’re 18 and older and they sign themselves out.
  • Housing students will not have enough time to travel back to the dorm after class and will need to pack for the day, accordingly.
  • Housing students departing from the studio MUST pick up their pre-prepared dinner during breakfast. Students who do not pick up their dinners at breakfast will not have a saved meal for them after the show.
  • Departure from the studio: Students MUST arrive at the departure location at the assigned time. Please note that sometimes you will only have a few minutes between class and the departure time to eat and get dressed.
  • Arrival at the venue: Commuter students who did not travel with the group, must meet at the designated spot by the assigned time. Do not be late.
  • During the activity: All JBS students should listen to staff and should be exhibiting proper theatre etiquette. Students are not allowed to be on their phone or talk during a performance, climb over seats, etc. A staff member will address them if they do not behave accordingly. Please do not disrespect the staff members assigned to the activity.
  • After the Activity: ALL STUDENTS (HOUSING AND COMMUTER) MUST MEET at the designated spot where attendance will be taken. Commuter Students are not allowed to leave until they are dismissed and accounted for. Housing students must travel back to the dorm with the group.

Tickets

  • Will be distributed at the venue before the event.
  • After announcements, students will form a line to receive their ticket.
  • If a commuter student is not present after distribution of tickets is complete, their name will be written on the back of the ticket and left at the box office.

Very Important:

    • JBS does not officially honor seating requests. Traditionally the group tickets are reserved together. some seats might not be located in the same row or section as the rest of the group. The activities coordinator and housing department do not have any control of seating assignments determined by the box office or tickets that were added on after the original order.
    • To ensure that you are seated with the group or to request a seat close to your friends, it will be in your best interest to arrive on time to the venue. Although seating requests are not guaranteed, we will try our best to honor them. After ticket distribution is completed, the tickets will be left at the box office. these tickets will be the tickets that remained after all other tickets were distributed and might not be located together or with the rest of the group.
  • TICKETS WILL ONLY BE DISTRIBUTED to dancers listed on the roster (as provided by the Artistic Directors and Coordinators)

 

When are the activities scheduled?

  • The Ticketed Activities, Dorm and Musical Theatre Intensive activities traditionally take place on weekday evenings and Saturdays.
  • None of the activities are scheduled at the same time.
  • The Ticketed Activities available on the Dancer Portal and Website are separate from the Musical Theatre Intensive Program. The Broadway Shows for the Musical Theatre Intensive will not be scheduled on the same evenings as extra Ticketed activities. Dancer’s attending the Intensive will be able to attend their assigned shows, as well as extra activities that they bought tickets for.
  • None of the activities should conflict with classes or rehearsals. If an additional rehearsal is scheduled and conflicts with an activity, the dancer will be excused by the Activities Coordinator and choreographer.

Communication:

  • It is the goal of the Housing Department and Activities Coordinator to post all information and instructions concerning Ticketed Activities, Dorm Activities and Musical Theatre Intensive Musicals in the dorm and at the studios during the week of the program.
  • The Activities Coordinator also sends emails with detailed information no later than the day before the activity for Ticketed Activities & Musical Theatre Intensive Musicals.
  • Staff will also talk about activities each Sunday during Housing orientation.
  • Although the Activities Coordinator posts all information as far in advance as possible, some communication concerning instructions and detailed information may be delayed at times due to many variables such as staff and escort arrangements, rehearsal schedules and many other tangible details.

 

Curfew Extensions?

  • Housing students have a curfew.
  • Student attending a Ticketed Activity, Musical Theatre Musical or Dorm Activity will automatically have a curfew extension. Legal Guardians do not need to submit a request for a curfew extension.
  • All Housing Students MUST check in for Curfew after returning from the activity.  

What if a student did not receive any information by the night before the activity?

Very important:

    • If a student purchased a ticket for an activity and did not receive any information (due to a technical or common error), they should reach out to a staff member and not wait until the day of the activity to confirm information.
    • If a dancer is unsure about arrangements and instructions concerning an activity, it remains their responsibility to retrieve and confirm that information.
    • Students can:
      • Text/call the RA on duty
      • Ask the ra on duty or during curfew
      • Ask the intern at the studio
      • Call, text or email the activities coordinator
    • JBS will not be liable for a student that missed an activity due to uncertainty concerning arrangements, as there are multiple resources available.
    • Dancers who did not follow instructions as far as departure times and destinations are concerned , will not be accommodated. claiming to be uniformed will not be accepted as an excuse.

How to sign up?

  • Students sign up for the activity when registering for the intensive. The activity is part of the course and students DO NOT need to purchase additional tickets for these events.

Who is allowed to attend?

  • Only Students who are registered for the Las Vegas Cirque Intensive and have signed up and paid to attend the activity.
  • NO GUARDIANS are allowed, unless the Artistic Directors and Activities Coordinator announce that there are tickets available. (These announcements usually happen the day before or the same day as the activity).

Traveling:

  • All activities are chaperoned by JBS staff. Staff will escort Housing students, from the dorm/studio to the activity, attend the activity with the students and escort them back to the dorm.
  • Housing students will have enough time to travel back to the dorm after class, but time will be limited. Plan for a quick turn around.
  • Commuter students will not travel with the group.
  • Housing students departing from the studio MUST pick up their pre-prepared dinner during breakfast. Students who do not pick up their dinners at breakfast will not have a saved meal for them after the show.
  • Arrival at the venue: Commuter students must meet at the designated spot by the entrance of the theater 45 minutes prior to the top of the show and not later than 30 minutes prior to the show or their ticket will be left at the box office and they will have to enter on their own.
  • During the activity: All JBS Students should listen to staff and should be exhibiting proper theatre etiquette. Students are not allowed to be on their phone or talk during a performance, climb over seats, etc. A staff member will address them if they do not behave accordingly. Please do not disrespect the staff members assigned to the activity.
  • After the Activity: ALL STUDENTS (HOUSING AND COMMUTER) MUST MEET at the designated spot where attendance will be taken. Commuter Students are not allowed to leave until they are dismissed and accounted for. Housing students must travel back to the dorm with the group.

Tickets

  • Will be distributed at the venue before the event.
  • After announcements, students will form a line to receive their ticket.
  • If a commuter student is not present after distribution of tickets is complete, their name will be written on the back of the ticket and left at the box office.

Very Important:

    • JBS does not officially honor seating requests. Traditionally the group tickets are reserved together. some seats might not be located in the same row or section as the rest of the group. The activities coordinator and housing department do not have any control of seating assignments determined by the box office or tickets that were added on after the original order.
    • To ensure that you are seated with the group or to request a seat close to your friends, it will be in your best interest to arrive on time to the venue. Although seating requests are not guaranteed, we will try our best to honor them. After ticket distribution is completed, the tickets will be left at the box office. these tickets will be the tickets that remained after all other tickets were distributed and might not be located together or with the rest of the group.
  • TICKETS WILL ONLY BE DISTRIBUTED to dancers listed on the roster (as provided by the Artistic Directors and Coordinators)

 

When are the activities scheduled?

  • The Cirque Activities will be on Wednesday July 24 at 7:00PM.
  • None of the activities should conflict with classes or rehearsals, as it is part of the course. If an additional rehearsal is scheduled to conflict with an activity, the dancer will be excused by the Artistic Directors.

Communication:

  • The Activities Coordinator will send and email with detailed information no later than the day before the activity for the Cirque Intensive Activities.
  • Although the Activities Coordinator posts all information as far in advance as possible, some communication concerning instructions and detailed information may be delayed at times due to many variables such as staff and escort arrangements, rehearsal schedules and many other tangible details.

What if a student did not receive any information by the night before the activity?

Very important:

    • If a student purchased a ticket for an activity and did not receive any information (due to a technical or common error), they should reach out to a staff member and not wait until the day of the activity to confirm information.
    • If a dancer is unsure about arrangements and instructions concerning an activity, it remains their responsibility to retrieve and confirm that information.
    • Students can:
      • Text/call the RA on duty
      • Ask the ra on duty or during curfew
      • Ask the intern at the studio
      • Call, text or email the activities coordinator
    • JBS will not be liable for a student that missed an activity due to uncertainty concerning arrangements, as there are multiple resources available.
    • Dancers who did not follow instructions as far as departure times and destinations are concerned , will not be accommodated. claiming to be uniformed will not be accepted as an excuse.

How to register?

  • Students sign up for the activity when registering for the intensive. The activity is part of the course and students DO NOT need to purchase additional tickets for these events.

Who is allowed to attend?

  • Only Students who are registered for the Las Vegas J&C Intensive and have signed up and paid to attend the activity.
  • NO GUARDIANS are allowed, unless the Artistic Directors and Activities Coordinator announce that there are tickets available. (These announcements usually happen the day before or the same day as the activity).

Traveling:

    • All activities are chaperoned by JBS staff. Staff will escort Housing students, from the dorm/studio to the activity, attend the activity with the students and escort them back to the dorm.
    • Housing students will have enough time to travel back to the dorm after class, but time will be limited. Plan for a quick turn around.
    • Commuter students will not travel with the group.
    • Arrival at the venue: Commuter students must meet at the designated spot by the entrance of the theater 45 minutes prior to the top of the show and not later than 30 minutes prior to the show or their ticket will be left at the box office and they will have to enter on their own.
    • During the activity: All JBS Students should listen to staff and should be exhibiting proper theatre etiquette. Students are not allowed to be on their phone or talk during a performance, climb over seats, etc. A staff member will address them if they do not behave accordingly. Please do not disrespect the staff members assigned to the activity.

 

  • After the Activity: ALL STUDENTS (HOUSING AND COMMUTER) MUST MEET at the designated spot where attendance will be taken. Commuter Students are not allowed to leave until they are dismissed and accounted for. Housing students must travel back to the dorm with the group.

 

Tickets

  • Will be distributed at the venue before the event.
  • After announcements, students will form a line to receive their ticket.
  • If a commuter student is not present after distribution of tickets is complete, their name will be written on the back of the ticket and left at the box office.

Very Important:

    • JBS does not officially honor seating requests. Traditionally the group tickets are reserved together. some seats might not be located in the same row or section as the rest of the group. The activities coordinator and housing department do not have any control of seating assignments determined by the box office or tickets that were added on after the original order.
    • To ensure that you are seated with the group or to request a seat close to your friends, it will be in your best interest to arrive on time to the venue. Although seating requests are not guaranteed, we will try our best to honor them. After ticket distribution is completed, the tickets will be left at the box office. these tickets will be the tickets that remained after all other tickets were distributed and might not be located together or with the rest of the group.
  • TICKETS WILL ONLY BE DISTRIBUTED to dancers listed on the roster (as provided by the Artistic Directors and Coordinators)

 

When are the activities scheduled?

  • The J&C Activities will be on Thursday August 1, Monday August 5 & Wednesday August 7 at 7:00PM.

 

  • None of the activities should conflict with classes or rehearsals, as it is part of the course. If an additional rehearsal is scheduled to conflict with an activity, the dancer will be excused by the Artistic Directors.

 

Communication:

  • The Activities Coordinator will send and email with detailed information no later than the day before the activity for the Cirque Intensive Activities.
  • Although the Activities Coordinator posts all information as far in advance as possible, some communication concerning instructions and detailed information may be delayed at times due to many variables such as staff and escort arrangements, rehearsal schedules and many other tangible details.

What if a student did not receive any information by the night before the activity?

Very important:

    • If a student purchased a ticket for an activity and did not receive any information (due to a technical or common error), they should reach out to a staff member and not wait until the day of the activity to confirm information.
    • If a dancer is unsure about arrangements and instructions concerning an activity, it remains their responsibility to retrieve and confirm that information.
    • Students can:
      • Text/call the RA on duty
      • Ask the ra on duty or during curfew
      • Ask the intern at the studio
      • Call, text or email the activities coordinator
    • JBS will not be liable for a student that missed an activity due to uncertainty concerning arrangements, as there are multiple resources available.
    • Dancers who did not follow instructions as far as departure times and destinations are concerned , will not be accommodated. claiming to be uniformed will not be accepted as an excuse.

How to register?

  • Students sign up for the activity when registering for the intensive. The activity is part of the course and students DO NOT need to purchase additional tickets for these events.

Who is allowed to attend?

  • Only Students who are registered for the intensive and have signed up and paid to attend the activity.
  • NO GUARDIANS are allowed, unless the Artistic Directors and Activities Coordinator announce that there are tickets available. (These announcements usually happen the day before or the same day as the activity).

Traveling:

  • All activities are chaperoned by JBS staff. Staff will escort Housing students, from the dorm/studio to the activity, attend the activity with the students and escort them back to the dorm.
  • Housing students will have enough time to travel back to the dorm after class, but time will be limited. Plan for a quick turn around.
  • Commuter students will not travel with the group.
  • Arrival at the venue: Commuter students must meet at the designated spot by the entrance of the theater 45 minutes prior to the top of the show and not later than 30 minutes prior to the show or their ticket will be left at the box office and they will have to enter on their own.
  • During the activity: All JBS Students should listen to staff and should be exhibiting proper theatre etiquette. Students are not allowed to be on their phone or talk during a performance, climb over seats, etc. A staff member will address them if they do not behave accordingly. Please do not disrespect the staff members assigned to the activity.
  • After the Activity: ALL STUDENTS (HOUSING AND COMMUTER) MUST MEET at the designated spot where attendance will be taken. Commuter Students are not allowed to leave until they are dismissed and accounted for. Housing students must travel back to the dorm with the group.

Tickets

  • Will be distributed at the venue before the event.
  • After announcements, students will form a line to receive their ticket.
  • If a commuter student is not present after distribution of tickets is complete, their name will be written on the back of the ticket and left at the box office.

Very Important:

    • JBS does not officially honor seating requests. Traditionally the group tickets are reserved together. some seats might not be located in the same row or section as the rest of the group. The activities coordinator and housing department do not have any control of seating assignments determined by the box office or tickets that were added on after the original order.
    • To ensure that you are seated with the group or to request a seat close to your friends, it will be in your best interest to arrive on time to the venue. Although seating requests are not guaranteed, we will try our best to honor them. After ticket distribution is completed, the tickets will be left at the box office. these tickets will be the tickets that remained after all other tickets were distributed and might not be located together or with the rest of the group.
  • TICKETS WILL ONLY BE DISTRIBUTED to dancers listed on the roster (as provided by the Artistic Directors and Coordinators)

 

When are the activities scheduled?

  • The MT Intensive Musicals will be on Wednesday, July 17 at 7:00PM.
  • None of the activities should conflict with classes or rehearsals, as it is part of the course. If an additional rehearsal is scheduled to conflict with an activity, the dancer will be excused by the Artistic Directors.

Communication:

  • The Activities Coordinator will send and email with detailed information no later than the day before the activity for the Cirque Intensive Activities.
  • Although the Activities Coordinator posts all information as far in advance as possible, some communication concerning instructions and detailed information may be delayed at times due to many variables such as staff and escort arrangements, rehearsal schedules and many other tangible details.

What if a student did not receive any information by the night before the activity?

Very important:

    • If a student purchased a ticket for an activity and did not receive any information (due to a technical or common error), they should reach out to a staff member and not wait until the day of the activity to confirm information.
    • If a dancer is unsure about arrangements and instructions concerning an activity, it remains their responsibility to retrieve and confirm that information.
    • Students can:
      • Text/call the RA on duty
      • Ask the ra on duty or during curfew
      • Ask the intern at the studio
      • Call, text or email the activities coordinator
    • JBS will not be liable for a student that missed an activity due to uncertainty concerning arrangements, as there are multiple resources available.
    • Dancers who did not follow instructions as far as departure times and destinations are concerned , will not be accommodated. claiming to be uniformed will not be accepted as an excuse.
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NYC DORM ACTIVITY: Times Square 2019

June 3 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Times Square, Manhattan
New York, NY 10036 United States
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Free 30 tickets left

Flashing neon lights and giant digital billboards. Brilliant Broadway marquees. Costumed characters and musicians. Times Square is big, bright and unforgettable. Walk to the top of its red steps—you may know them from the "Empire State of Mind" video—for a sweeping view of the area, including One Times Square, the building from which the ball drops on New Year's Eve. Clothing stores to visit: H&M, Superdry, ASICS, Gap, American Eagle Outfitters, NHL Store Powered by Reebok, Forever 21 Mega Store, Levi’s Times Square, Old Navy. Make-up stores to visit: M.A.C. Cosmetics, Sephora, Inglot. Other attractions to visit: Madame Tussauds, Ripley's Believe It or Not, M&M’s World, Disney Store, Midtown Comics. All ages. Dorm Activities are for Housing students only. No Commuter students or Guardians. Dorm Activities will only take place if students sign up and may be cancelled by the Activities Coordinator or Director of Housing at any time. Cancellations may be due to interest, weather, schedule conflicts or other variables. SIGN-UP FOR THIS ACTIVITY WILL CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT EST ON SUNDAY JUNE 2

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NYC TICKETED ACTIVITY American Ballet Theatre: Jane Eyre 2019

June 4 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Metropolitan Opera House, 30 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York, New York 10023 United States
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$55.00 Sold out

SOLD OUT | To request additional tickets, send an email to events@joffreyballetschool.com | REQUESTS FOR ADDITIONAL TICKETS WILL CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT EST ON THURSDAY MAY 29, 2019 WATCH ON YOUTUBE  Choreography by Cathy Marston, Music by Philip Feeney, Musical excerpts from Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel, Felix Mendelssohn, Franz Schubert. | Marston’s Jane Eyre challenges the idea of a classic ballet heroine. After a difficult upbringing, Jane becomes the Governess for the mysterious Mr. Rochester, discovering the struggles of society’s expectations. A literary classic brought to life by Cathy Marston’s stirring choreography and an enthralling Victorian design, Jane Eyre shows that love can conquer any obstacle. | Available to all students and guardians | ABT recommends that children be at least 6 years of age to attend the Company’s performances.

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NYC DORM ACTIVITY: Brooklyn Bridge 2019

June 6 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Bridge
New York, 10038 United States
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Free 30 tickets left

Opened in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge provides passage between Brooklyn and Manhattan for motorists, trains, bicycles and pedestrians. One of the primary symbols of New York City, it is a marvel of design and provides spectacular views of the city's skyline. All ages. Dorm Activities are for Housing students only. No Commuter students or Guardians. Dorm Activities will only take place if students sign up and may be cancelled by the Activities Coordinator or Director of Housing at any time. Cancellations may be due to interest, weather, schedule conflicts or other variables. SIGN-UP FOR THIS ACTIVITY WILL CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT EST ON SUNDAY JULY 2 

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NYC DORM ACTIVITY: Central Park 2019

June 8 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Central Park, Central Park
New York, NY United States
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Central Park is New York's backyard, with a lush 843-acre patch of nature, including a lake, in the middle of Manhattan. This is one of the city's biggest attractions and greatest assets, enjoyed by tourists and used by locals year-round. Countless scenes from movies and TV shows have been filmed here over the years. The park is home to scenic hills, meadows, playgrounds, skating rinks, ball fields, and many well-known attractions, including Strawberry Fields, Belvedere Castle, and the Central Park Zoo. All ages. Dorm Activities are for Housing students only. No Commuter students or Guardians. Dorm Activities will only take place if students sign up and may be cancelled by the Activities Coordinator or Director of Housing at any time. Cancellations may be due to interest, weather, schedule conflicts or other variables. SIGN-UP FOR THIS ACTIVITY WILL CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT EST ON SUNDAY JUNE 2  

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NYC DORM ACTIVITY: High Line & Hudson Yards 2019

June 8 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
High Line, High Line
New York, NY United States
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The High Line is a public park built on a historic freight rail line elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side. Saved from demolition by neighborhood residents and the City of New York, the High Line opened in 2009 as a hybrid public space where visitors experience nature, art, and design. Hudson Yards is New York’s newest neighborhood and home to more than 100 diverse shops and culinary experiences, offices for leaders in industry, significant public art and dynamic cultural institutions including The Shed, modern residences, 14 acres of public plazas, gardens and groves and the world’s first Equinox Hotel®. All ages. Dorm Activities are for Housing students only. No Commuter students or Guardians. Dorm Activities will only take place if students sign up and may be cancelled by the Activities Coordinator or Director of Housing at any time. Cancellations may be due to interest, weather, schedule conflicts or other variables. SIGN-UP FOR THIS ACTIVITY WILL CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT EST ON SUNDAY JUNE 2 

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NYC DORM ACTIVITY: Times Square 2019

June 10 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Times Square, Manhattan
New York, NY 10036 United States
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Free 54 tickets left

Flashing neon lights and giant digital billboards. Brilliant Broadway marquees. Costumed characters and musicians. Times Square is big, bright and unforgettable. Walk to the top of its red steps—you may know them from the "Empire State of Mind" video—for a sweeping view of the area, including One Times Square, the building from which the ball drops on New Year's Eve. Clothing stores to visit: H&M, Superdry, ASICS, Gap, American Eagle Outfitters, NHL Store Powered by Reebok, Forever 21 Mega Store, Levi’s Times Square, Old Navy. Make-up stores to visit: M.A.C. Cosmetics, Sephora, Inglot. Other attractions to visit: Madame Tussauds, Ripley's Believe It or Not, M&M’s World, Disney Store, Midtown Comics. All ages. Dorm Activities are for Housing students only. No Commuter students or Guardians. Dorm Activities will only take place if students sign up and may be cancelled by the Activities Coordinator or Director of Housing at any time. Cancellations may be due to interest, weather, schedule conflicts or other variables. SIGN-UP FOR THIS ACTIVITY WILL CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT EST ON SUNDAY JUNE 9

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NYC TICKETED ACTIVITY American Ballet Theatre: Le Corsaire 2019

June 11 @ 7:30 pm - 9:58 pm
Metropolitan Opera House, 30 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York, New York 10023 United States
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$55.00 Sold out

SOLD OUT | To request additional tickets, send an email to events@joffreyballetschool.com | REQUESTS FOR ADDITIONAL TICKETS WILL CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT EST ON THURSDAY JUNE 6, 2019 WATCH ON YOUTUBE with Skylar Brandt, Herman Cornejo, Sarah Lane, Carlos Gonzalez, Daniil Simkin | Choreography by Konstantin Sergeyev, Marius Petipa | Staging by Anna-Marie Holmes | Music by Adolphe Adam, Césare Pugni, Léo Delibes, Riccardo Drigo, Prince Oldenbourg | Libretto by Jules-Henri de Saint-Georges and Joseph Mazilier | Based on The Corsaire (1814) by Lord Byron | A dashing pirate’s love for a beautiful harem girl sets the scene for suspenseful abductions and dramatic rescues—featuring one of the most famous pas de deux in all of the classical ballet repertoire. Boasting over 120 performers, this ballet showcases explosive bravura dancing from ABT’s unbeatable roster of virtuoso dancers. | American Ballet Theatre welcomes children and families to experience the magic of classical ballet. While parents should use their discretion based on maturity level of their children, ABT recommends that children be at least 6 years of age to attend the Company’s performances. In determining if your child should attend ABT, it is important to know the child must be able to sit quietly and not disrupt the performance for other patrons. | Available to all students and guardians.

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NYC MUSICAL THEATRE INTENSIVE Broadway Musical: Frozen 2019

June 12 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
St. James Theatre, 246 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036 United States
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WATCH SHOW CLIPS ON YOUTUBE Frozen comes to life on Broadway in an all-new production created for the stage by an award-winning team. Featuring twice as many songs as the original film, the show’s expanded score is written by Academy Award® winner Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Tony Award® and Oscar winner Robert Lopez, and the book is by Oscar winner Jennifer Lee. The production is directed by Tony Award winner Michael Grandage. This is the timeless tale of two sisters, pulled apart by a mysterious secret. As one young woman struggles to find her voice and harness her powers within the other embarks on an epic adventure to bring her family together once and for all. Both are searching for love. They just don’t know where to find it. Recommended for 8+ Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre. Musical Theatre Intensive Musicals are for registered students only. No Guardians.

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NYC MUSICAL THEATRE INTENSIVE Broadway Musical: Mean Girls 2019

June 12 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
August Wilson Theatre, 245 West 52nd Street
New York, New York 10019 United States
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WATCH SHOW CLIPS ON YOUTUBE Mean Girls is now a ferociously funny new Broadway musical from director Casey Nicholaw (Aladdin, The Book of Mormon), composer Jeff Richmond (30 Rock, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt), lyricist Nell Benjamin (Legally Blonde) and book writer Tina Fey (30 Rock, Bossypants). Cady Heron may have grown up on an African savanna, but nothing prepared her for the wild and vicious ways of her strange new home: suburban Illinois. How will this naïve newbie rise to the top of the popularity pecking order? By taking on The Plastics, a trio of lionized frenemies led by the charming but ruthless Regina George. But when Cady devises a plan to end Regina’s reign, she learns the hard way that you can’t cross a Queen Bee without getting stung. Pictures, Mean Girls gets to the hilarious heart of what it means to be a true friend, a worthy nemesis, and above all, a human being. Recommended for 12+ Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre. Musical Theatre Intensive Musicals are for registered students only. No Guardians.  

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NYC TICKETED ACTIVITY Broadway Musical: The Phantom of the Opera 2019

June 13 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Majestic Theatre, 245 W 44th Street
New York, New York 10036 United States
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$52.00 Sold out

SOLD OUT | No additional tickets can be requested at this price. See "NYC TICKETED ACTIVITY BM: The Phantom of the Opera 2019 Extra" for tickets.

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NYC TICKETED ACTIVITY Broadway Musical: The Phantom of the Opera 2019 Extra

June 13 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Majestic Theatre, 245 W 44th Street
New York, New York 10036 United States
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$99.99 Sold out

SOLD OUT | To request additional tickets, send an email to events@joffreyballetschool.com | REQUESTS FOR ADDITIONAL TICKETS WILL CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT EST ON MONDAY JUNE 10, 2019 WATCH SHOW CLIPS ON YOUTUBE The Phantom of the Opera, winner of 7 1988 Tony Awards including Best Musical, and now the longest-running show in Broadway history, is based on the novel by Gaston Leroux. It tells the story of the hideously deformed Phantom who lurks beneath the stage of the Paris Opera, exercising a reign of terror over its occupants. The phantom falls in love with the young Soprano devoting himself to creating a new star for the Opera by nurturing her extraordinary talents and employing all the skills at his disposal. | Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre. | Available to all students and guardians.

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NYC DORM ACTIVITY: Staten Island Ferry 2019

June 14 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Staten Island Ferry, 4 Whitehall Street
New York, NY 10004 United States
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The distinctive orange Staten Island Ferry passing through New York Harbor has been a familiar sight to New Yorkers since 1905, when the fleet first began carrying commuters between Staten Island and Manhattan. In recent years the free ferry has gained traction with tourists, who crowd the decks to admire front-row views of New York City’s dazzling skyline, the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, and the Statue of Liberty. All ages. Dorm Activities are for Housing students only. No Commuter students or Guardians. Dorm Activities will only take place if students sign up and may be cancelled by the Activities Coordinator or Director of Housing at any time. Cancellations may be due to interest, weather, schedule conflicts or other variables. SIGN-UP FOR THIS ACTIVITY WILL CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT EST ON SUNDAY JUNE 9 

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NYC TICKETED ACTIVITY: Best of NYC Cruise 2019

June 15 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Chelsea Piers Pier 83, W 42nd & 12th Avenue
New York, New York 10036 United States
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WATCH ON YOUTUBE You heard right -  this is a complete Manhattan Island tour, and our Best of NYC cruise is the only way to see all five boroughs – Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Staten Island and the Bronx – in one trip. Plus, you’ll see all three NYC rivers, all the major bridges and the rest of the city’s best sights, including the full Manhattan skyline, the growing Brooklyn waterfront, the legendary Yankee Stadium, the hip Harlem Heights waterfront, the lush greenery of upper Manhattan and the stately George Washington Bridge All of that plus an up-close with the Statue of Liberty! Our world-famous tour guides tell the story of New York City as you journey around the full island and enjoy the best sightseeing tour NYC has to offer! | No age restrictions. | Available to all students and guardians. TICKET SALES FOR THIS ACTIVITY WILL CLOSE AT 12:00PM EST ON FRIDAY JUNE 14

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NYC TICKETED ACTIVITY: The Empire State Building 2019

June 15 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Empire State Building, 350 5th Avenue
New York, New York 10118 United States
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Part of the majestic Manhattan skyline for 80 years, the 102-story Empire State Building stands over 1,200 feet and is the second tallest building in Manhattan. Visitors may enjoy spectacular views from both the 86th floor and 102nd floor observatories. | No age restrictions. | Available to all students and guardians. TICKET SALES FOR THIS ACTIVITY WILL CLOSE AT 12:00PM EST ON FRIDAY JUNE 14  

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NYC DORM ACTIVITY: Times Square 2019

June 17 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Times Square, Manhattan
New York, NY 10036 United States
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Free 75 tickets left

Flashing neon lights and giant digital billboards. Brilliant Broadway marquees. Costumed characters and musicians. Times Square is big, bright and unforgettable. Walk to the top of its red steps—you may know them from the "Empire State of Mind" video—for a sweeping view of the area, including One Times Square, the building from which the ball drops on New Year's Eve. Clothing stores to visit: H&M, Superdry, ASICS, Gap, American Eagle Outfitters, NHL Store Powered by Reebok, Forever 21 Mega Store, Levi’s Times Square, Old Navy. Make-up stores to visit: M.A.C. Cosmetics, Sephora, Inglot. Other attractions to visit: Madame Tussauds, Ripley's Believe It or Not, M&M’s World, Disney Store, Midtown Comics. All ages. Dorm Activities are for Housing students only. No Commuter students or Guardians. Dorm Activities will only take place if students sign up and may be cancelled by the Activities Coordinator or Director of Housing at any time. Cancellations may be due to interest, weather, schedule conflicts or other variables. SIGN-UP FOR THIS ACTIVITY WILL CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT EST ON SUNDAY JUNE 16

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NYC TICKETED ACTIVITY American Ballet Theatre: Manon 2019

June 18 @ 7:30 pm - 10:09 pm
Metropolitan Opera House, 30 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York, New York 10023 United States
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$55.00 Sold out

SOLD OUT | To request additional tickets, send an email to events@joffreyballetschool.com | REQUESTS FOR ADDITIONAL TICKETS WILL CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT EST ON THURSDAY JUNE 13, 2019 WATCH ON YOUTUBE with Sarah Lane, Herman Cornejo & Cassandra Trenary | Choreography by Kenneth MacMillan | Staged by Julie Lincoln, Robert Tewsley | Music by Jules Massenet | From the ornate salons of Paris to the mysterious wilds of colonial Louisiana, Kenneth MacMillan’s dramatic masterwork weaves an affecting tale of romance, desire and treachery. Set to Massenet’s lush score and inspired by the classic novel Manon Lescaut, this engrossing ballet soars to theatrical heights as the beautiful maiden Manon must choose between the temptations of wealth and the promise of true love. | American Ballet Theatre welcomes children and families to experience the magic of classical ballet. While parents should use their discretion based on maturity level of their children, ABT recommends that children be at least 6 years of age to attend the Company’s performances. In determining if your child should attend ABT, it is important to know the child must be able to sit quietly and not disrupt the performance for other patrons. | Available to all students and guardians.

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NYC MUSICAL THEATRE INTENSIVE Broadway Musical: Frozen 2019

June 19 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
St. James Theatre, 246 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036 United States
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WATCH SHOW CLIPS ON YOUTUBE Frozen comes to life on Broadway in an all-new production created for the stage by an award-winning team. Featuring twice as many songs as the original film, the show’s expanded score is written by Academy Award® winner Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Tony Award® and Oscar winner Robert Lopez, and the book is by Oscar winner Jennifer Lee. The production is directed by Tony Award winner Michael Grandage. This is the timeless tale of two sisters, pulled apart by a mysterious secret. As one young woman struggles to find her voice and harness her powers within the other embarks on an epic adventure to bring her family together once and for all. Both are searching for love. They just don’t know where to find it. Recommended for 8+ Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre. Musical Theatre Intensive Musicals are for registered students only. No Guardians.

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NYC MUSICAL THEATRE INTENSIVE Broadway Musical: Waitress 2019

June 19 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Brooks Atkinson Theatre, 256 West 47th Street
New York, New York 10036 United States
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WATCH ON YOUTUBE Based on the 2007 motion picture written by Adrienne Shelly, the new Broadway musical, Waitress, has a book by Jessie Nelson, music and lyrics by five-time Grammy Award-nominated singer songwriter Sara Bareilles and direction by Tony Award-winner Diane Paulus. Jenna, a waitress and expert pie maker, is stuck in a small town and a loveless marriage. When a baking contest in a nearby county offers her a chance at escape, Jenna must weigh her commitments against a rare shot at freedom and recognition. Her customers, co-workers, and the town’s handsome new doctor all offer her conflicting recipes for happiness – but Jenna must ultimately decide for herself. Recommended for 13+ Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre. Musical Theatre Intensive Musicals are for registered students only. No Guardians.

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NYC TICKETED ACTIVITY Broadway Musical: Chicago 2019

June 20 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Ambassador Theatre, 219 West 49th Street
New York, New York 10019 United States
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$68.00 Sold out

SOLD OUT | To request additional tickets, send an email to events@joffreyballetschool.com | REQUESTS FOR ADDITIONAL TICKETS WILL CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT EST ON MONDAY JUNE 17, 2019 WATCH SHOW CLIPS ON YOUTUBE Come on, Babe! If you’re looking for razzle dazzle entertainment… If you’re looking for a night out at the theater you’ll remember for years to come… If you're looking for pure Broadway… then look no further than Chicago! A true New York City institution, Chicago has everything that makes Broadway great: a universal tale of fame fortune and all that jazz one show stopping song after another; and the most astonishing dancing you’ve ever seen. No wonder Chicago has been honored with six Tony Awards®, two Olivier Awards®, a Grammy and thousands of standing ovations. It’s also no surprise that Chicago has wowed audiences all around the world from Mexico City to Moscow, from Sao Paulo to South Africa. But the hottest place to experience it is on Broadway. There’s always someone fabulous center stage. Whether you’re looking for your first Broadway musical… whether you’ve seen the Academy Award®-winning film and want to experience the show live on stage… or whether you’ve seen it before and want to recapture the magic Chicago always delivers. Chicago is a classic. It’s the show you can always count on to give you the thrills and memories that only come from seeing a Broadway musical. | Tweens and up. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre. | Available to all students and guardians.

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NYC DORM ACTIVITY: Washington Square Park, Molly’s Cupcakes & DŌ 2019

June 21 @ 7:00 am - 9:00 pm
Washington Square Park, Washington Square Park
New York, NY 10012 United States
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Free 80 tickets left

Washington Square Park is a public park in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Lower Manhattan, New York City. It is a landmark as well as a meeting place and center for cultural activity. The park is an open space, dominated by the Washington Square Arch at the northern gateway to the park, with a tradition of celebrating nonconformity. The park's fountain area has long been one of the city's popular spots for residents and tourists. Most of the buildings surrounding the park now belong to New York University, but many have at one time served as homes and studios for artists. Molly’s Cupcakes brings its center-filled cupcakes to the West Village. The menu includes classic flavors (chocolate, vanilla, red velvet) alongside more baroque creations like the Ron Bennington—a ganache-topped chocolate cake with peanut butter filling and Butterfinger topping. The quaint shop is outfitted with tables fashioned from vintage school desks and a counter made from old swings. The flagship DŌ is located in Greenwich Village. Here, your cookie dough dreams can finally come true! At New York City's first ever cookie dough scoop shop, you can eat - and customize - your edible cookie dough, and make your own freshly-baked cookie creations! Even more reasons to eat DŌssert first. Also, free samples straight from the mixing bowl...always! All ages. Dorm Activities are for Housing students only. No Commuter students or Guardians. Dorm Activities will only take place if students sign up and may be cancelled by the Activities Coordinator or Director of Housing at any time. Cancellations may be due to interest, weather, schedule conflicts or other variables. SIGN-UP FOR THIS ACTIVITY WILL CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT EST ON SUNDAY JUNE 16

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NYC TICKETED ACTIVITY Coney Island 2019

June 22 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Coney Island, 1000 Surf Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11224 United States
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$5.00 24 tickets left

IMPORTANT: A ticket to Coney Island for $5.00 only includes the beach. All Commuter/Housing students must meet at the dorm and will travel together with staff to Coney Island. NO students are allowed to meet the group at Coney Island. Students who wish to go to Luna Park or the Aquarium can ONLY request tickets on Thursday June 27, 2019 by emailing the Activities Coordinator (events@joffreyballetschool.com) between 12:01AM and 11:59PM EST. The Activities Coordinator will then request tickets on Friday June 28, 2019 and all of the students who requested tickets via email will receive a charge on their account. Students are able to attend the beach, Luna Park and the Aquarium. Luna Park is an experience-a unique amusement park destination where the real and the fantastical blur together, where history blends with innovation under a patina of bright lights. Come and experience the adventure with us. | The New York Aquarium is the oldest continually operating aquarium in the United States. Since 1957, it has been located on the boardwalk in Coney Island, Brooklyn. The facility occupies 14 acres and boasts 266 species of aquatic wildlife. | Coney Island is bursting with activity throughout the summer and even during the off-season. Walk along the famous boardwalk, enjoy swimming or sunbathing on its nearly three miles of sandy beaches, or check out the courts for beach volleyball, handball, and basketball. No age restrictions. | Available to all students and guardians. TICKET SALES FOR THIS ACTIVITY WILL CLOSE AT 12:00PM EST ON FRIDAY JUNE 21

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NYC DORM ACTIVITY: Chinatown & Little Italy 2019

June 22 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Little Italy, Little Italy
New York, NY 10013 United States
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Free 81 tickets left

Vibrant Chinatown is a densely populated neighborhood that draws foodies and tourists to its many Chinese and Southeast Asian restaurants for dumplings, pork buns and hand-pulled noodles. The busy sidewalks are packed with souvenir stores, bubble tea shops, and markets selling everything from fresh and dried fish to herbs and spices. Locals hang out in leafy Columbus Park for Tai Chi, chess and mahjong. Little Italy welcomes a heavily tourist crowd to its high concentration of souvenir shops and traditional Italian eateries and bakeries. Tenement buildings, once home to the immigrants who settled the area in the late 1800s, line the narrow streets. Mulberry Street, the main thoroughfare, turns into a pedestrian mall on summer weekends. All ages. Dorm Activities are for Housing students only. No Commuter students or Guardians. Dorm Activities will only take place if students sign up and may be cancelled by the Activities Coordinator or Director of Housing at any time. Cancellations may be due to interest, weather, schedule conflicts or other variables. SIGN-UP FOR THIS ACTIVITY WILL CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT EST ON SUNDAY JUNE 16

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NYC DORM ACTIVITY: Times Square 2019

June 24 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Times Square, Manhattan
New York, NY 10036 United States
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Free 99 tickets left

Flashing neon lights and giant digital billboards. Brilliant Broadway marquees. Costumed characters and musicians. Times Square is big, bright and unforgettable. Walk to the top of its red steps—you may know them from the "Empire State of Mind" video—for a sweeping view of the area, including One Times Square, the building from which the ball drops on New Year's Eve. Clothing stores to visit: H&M, Superdry, ASICS, Gap, American Eagle Outfitters, NHL Store Powered by Reebok, Forever 21 Mega Store, Levi’s Times Square, Old Navy. Make-up stores to visit: M.A.C. Cosmetics, Sephora, Inglot. Other attractions to visit: Madame Tussauds, Ripley's Believe It or Not, M&M’s World, Disney Store, Midtown Comics. All ages. Dorm Activities are for Housing students only. No Commuter students or Guardians. Dorm Activities will only take place if students sign up and may be cancelled by the Activities Coordinator or Director of Housing at any time. Cancellations may be due to interest, weather, schedule conflicts or other variables. SIGN-UP FOR THIS ACTIVITY WILL CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT EST ON SUNDAY JUNE 23

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NYC TICKETED ACTIVITY American Ballet Theatre: Swan Lake 2019

June 25 @ 7:30 pm - 10:58 pm
Metropolitan Opera House, 30 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York, New York 10023 United States
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$65.00 4 tickets left

WATCH ON YOUTUBE with Christine Shevchenko & James Whiteside | Choreography by Kevin McKenzie after Marius Petipa, Lev Ivanov | Music by Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky | Of all the great classics performed by ABT today, Swan Lake remains the quintessential ballet. The one that defines the standards of the Company, tests its dancers, and ennobles the spirit of its audience. This romantic fable of ill-fated passion, dreamlike transformation, and ultimate forgiveness is set to Tchaikovsky’s glorious score. With breathtaking choreography and visually magnificent sets evoking a Renaissance court, the fabled lake of the swans rises into view, inspiring awe for generations to come. | American Ballet Theatre welcomes children and families to experience the magic of classical ballet. While parents should use their discretion based on maturity level of their children, ABT recommends that children be at least 6 years of age to attend the Company’s performances. In determining if your child should attend ABT, it is important to know the child must be able to sit quietly and not disrupt the performance for other patrons. | Available to all students and guardians. TICKET SALES FOR THIS ACTIVITY WILL CLOSE AT 12:00PM EST ON MONDAY JUNE 24

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NYC MUSICAL THEATRE INTENSIVE Broadway Musical: Frozen 2019

June 26 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
St. James Theatre, 246 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036 United States
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WATCH SHOW CLIPS ON YOUTUBE Frozen comes to life on Broadway in an all-new production created for the stage by an award-winning team. Featuring twice as many songs as the original film, the show’s expanded score is written by Academy Award® winner Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Tony Award® and Oscar winner Robert Lopez, and the book is by Oscar winner Jennifer Lee. The production is directed by Tony Award winner Michael Grandage. This is the timeless tale of two sisters, pulled apart by a mysterious secret. As one young woman struggles to find her voice and harness her powers within the other embarks on an epic adventure to bring her family together once and for all. Both are searching for love. They just don’t know where to find it. Recommended for 8+ Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre. Musical Theatre Intensive Musicals are for registered students only. No Guardians.

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NYC MUSICAL THEATRE INTENSIVE Broadway Musical: Mean Girls 2019

June 26 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
August Wilson Theatre, 245 West 52nd Street
New York, New York 10019 United States
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WATCH SHOW CLIPS ON YOUTUBE Mean Girls is now a ferociously funny new Broadway musical from director Casey Nicholaw (Aladdin, The Book of Mormon), composer Jeff Richmond (30 Rock, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt), lyricist Nell Benjamin (Legally Blonde) and book writer Tina Fey (30 Rock, Bossypants). Cady Heron may have grown up on an African savanna, but nothing prepared her for the wild and vicious ways of her strange new home: suburban Illinois. How will this naïve newbie rise to the top of the popularity pecking order? By taking on The Plastics, a trio of lionized frenemies led by the charming but ruthless Regina George. But when Cady devises a plan to end Regina’s reign, she learns the hard way that you can’t cross a Queen Bee without getting stung. Pictures, Mean Girls gets to the hilarious heart of what it means to be a true friend, a worthy nemesis, and above all, a human being. Recommended for 12+ Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre. Musical Theatre Intensive Musicals are for registered students only. No Guardians.

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NYC MUSICAL THEATRE INTENSIVE Broadway Musical: The Prom 2019

June 26 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Longacre Theatre, 220 West 48th Street
New York, NY 10036 United States
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WATCH SHOW CLIPS ON YOUTUBE The best-reviewed new Broadway musical of the season is The Prom! The New York Times raves, “The Prom makes you believe in musical comedy again! It’s a Critic’s Pick.” And Variety cheers, “It’s a joyous and funny original musical that reminds you what Broadway is all about!” Z100 declares, “Whatever you do, get tickets now!” Critic’s Pick! “A laugh-inducing juggernaut!” – Newsweek Critic’s Pick! “As pure a Broadway thrill as you can get! The Prom deserves the crown!” – The Observer Critic’s Pick! “A hell of a lot of fun! So full of happiness that you think your heart is about to burst.” – Variety “Genuine joy rolls off the stage in this smart, big-hearted new musical.” – New York Magazine. Recommended for 10 + (Some adult language.) Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre. Musical Theatre Intensive Musicals are for registered students only. No Guardians.

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NYC TICKETED ACTIVITY Broadway Musical: King Kong 2019

June 27 @ 7:00 pm - 9:15 pm
Broadway Theatre, 1681 Broadway
New York, New York 10019 United States
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$69.99 8 tickets left

WATCH SHOW CLIPS ON YOUTUBE The epic modern myth comes alive through an innovative mix of robotics, puppetry, music and stagecraft. It’s 1931, the world is in the grip of the Great Depression, and New York City is a place of pressure, of desperation, but also of hope. Enter Ann Darrow, a fearless young actress with a will of steel and dreams that reach as high as the just-completed Empire State Building. After a brutal struggle just to stay on her feet, Ann finds her big break in the form of Carl Denham, a fast-talking filmmaker who promises to make her the star of his next big adventure movie. Throwing caution to the winds, she joins Carl on a voyage to the mysterious Skull Island. There, they encounter a wonder more astonishing than they could have possibly imagined: a 20-foot-tall, 2,000-pound ape known only as Kong. To her surprise, Ann finds an unexpected kindred spirit in this magnificent, untameable creature. But when Carl hatches a plan to capture Kong and display him to the New York masses, she’s faced with a terrible choice. Will Ann follow the call of her own ambition? Or can she find the strength to stand up for what’s right? Roaring with action, King Kong is a gripping and spectacular story of unlikely friendship, unshakable courage, and breaking free from the cages others put us in. Directed and choreographed by Olivier winner Drew McOnie, this “heart-stopping spectacle” (Newsday) features an electrifying new score by Marius de Vries (La La Land) and Eddie Perfect (Beetlejuice The Musical), and a book by Jack Thorne, the Tony® and Olivier Award-winning writer of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Don’t miss the breathtaking adventure Variety calls “an epic, dazzling thrill ride." As Entertainment Weekly raves, “You’ve never seen anything like…

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NYC DORM ACTIVITY: Flatiron Building, Union Square & Dylan’s Candy Bar 2019

June 28 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Flatiron Building, 175 5th Ave
New York, NY 10010 United States
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Free 104 tickets left

The Flatiron Building was built in 1902. This is one of the most beautiful and interesting buildings in Manhattan, located between 22nd and 23rd streets, at the intersection of Broadway and Fifth Avenue. Daniel Burnham was the architect of the building. At any given moment, a visitor to Union Square might encounter street vendors selling homemade tchotchkes; busking musicians; and break-dancers—and that's to say nothing of the visitors and residents milling through the park, unleashing their pooches in the dog run and stocking up on produce at the expansive greenmarket. The park captures much of the City's diversity and has an energy all its own—in some way, this is downtown's Times Square. The National Historic Landmark certainly has a long tradition as a gathering place (as its name might suggest): in 1861, following the fall of Fort Sumter at the hands of the Confederacy during the Civil War, the square hosted what was, at the time, the largest public assembly in the nation's history. The park remains as vital as ever—and the area that immediately surrounds it, also known as Union Square, is a prime place to grab a quick meal, see your favorite band, find a rare book and take in art for free. Ever wanted to get the inside scoop on the #1 candy emporium in the world? Now’s your chance with the famous Dylan’s Candy Bar! Upon arrival, your candy tour specialist will guide you around the shop and answer all of your questions. You will also get to enjoy delicious candy, fudge and ice cream tastings. At Dylan’s Candy Bar, there is a Magic Candy Factory 3D Printing Shop where guests can design their own edible candy. It’s like a modern-day version of the Willy Wonka factory. A place for all ages to enjoy, Dylan’s Candy…

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NYC TICKETED ACTIVITY: Top of the Rock 2019

June 29 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Top of the Rock, 30 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, New York 10112 United States
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$45.00 8 tickets left

The Top of the Rock offers visitors a spectacular 360-degree view of the city. The indoor decks on the 67th and 69th floors and outdoor observation deck on the 70th floor provide unobstructed views of the entire region, from the amazing city skyline to the lush green carpet of Central Park. Group rates are available for those who plan ahead. You’ll feel as if you’re at the top of the world when you’re at the Top of the Rock. | No age restrictions. | Available to all students and guardians. TICKET SALES FOR THIS ACTIVITY WILL CLOSE AT 12:00PM EST ON FRIDAY JUNE 28

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NYC TICKETED ACTIVITY Broadway Musical: Tootsie 2019

June 29 @ 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Marquis Theatre, 210 West 46th Street
New York, NY 10036 United States
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$75.00 10 tickets left

WATCH SHOW CLIPS ON YOUTUBE Tootsie tells the story of a talented but difficult actor who struggles to find work until an audacious, desperate stunt lands him the role of a lifetime. Tootsie features an original score by Tony Award-winner David Yazbek (The Band’s Visit, The Full Monty, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels), a book by Robert Horn (13; Dame Edna, Back with a Vengeance), choreography by Tony Award nominee Denis Jones (Holiday Inn, Honeymoon in Vegas), and musical direction by Andrea Grody (The Band’s Visit). Tootsie is directed by eight-time Tony Award nominee and Olivier Award winner Scott Ellis (She Loves Me, On the Twentieth Century). Recommended for 10+ Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre. Available to all students and guardians. TICKET SALES FOR THIS ACTIVITY WILL CLOSE AT 12:00PM EST ON THURSDAY JUNE 27

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NYC DORM ACTIVITY: Central Park 2019

June 29 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Central Park, Central Park
New York, NY United States
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Free 104 tickets left

Central Park is New York's backyard, with a lush 843-acre patch of nature, including a lake, in the middle of Manhattan. This is one of the city's biggest attractions and greatest assets, enjoyed by tourists and used by locals year-round. Countless scenes from movies and TV shows have been filmed here over the years. The park is home to scenic hills, meadows, playgrounds, skating rinks, ball fields, and many well-known attractions, including Strawberry Fields, Belvedere Castle, and the Central Park Zoo. All ages. Dorm Activities are for Housing students only. No Commuter students or Guardians. Dorm Activities will only take place if students sign up and may be cancelled by the Activities Coordinator or Director of Housing at any time. Cancellations may be due to interest, weather, schedule conflicts or other variables. SIGN-UP FOR THIS ACTIVITY WILL CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT EST ON SUNDAY JUNE 23  

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July 2019

NYC TICKETED ACTIVITY American Ballet Theatre: Sleeping Beauty 2019

July 1 @ 7:30 pm - 10:28 pm
Metropolitan Opera House, 30 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York, New York 10023 United States
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$65.00 Sold out

WATCH ON YOUTUBE with Isabella Boylston & Alban Lendorf | Choreography by Marius Petipa| Staging and Additional Choreography by Alexei Ratmansky | Assisted by Tatiana Ratmansky | Music by Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky | Alexei Ratmansky’s inspired reconstruction of this classic ballet awakens the timeless story of love triumphing over evil. Featuring 400 lavish costumes, 210 intricate wigs, and magnificent storybook sets, the beloved tale of the beautiful Princess Aurora, the evil sorceress Carabosse, and the magical kiss of a handsome prince is certain to cast a spell on your heart and to spark your imagination. | American Ballet Theatre welcomes children and families to experience the magic of classical ballet. While parents should use their discretion based on maturity level of their children, ABT recommends that children be at least 6 years of age to attend the Company’s performances. In determining if your child should attend ABT, it is important to know the child must be able to sit quietly and not disrupt the performance for other patrons. | Available to all students and guardians. TICKET SALES FOR THIS ACTIVITY WILL CLOSE AT 12:00PM EST ON SUNDAY JUNE 30

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NYC TICKETED ACTIVITY Broadway Musical: Dear Evan Hansen 2019

July 2 @ 7:00 pm - 9:35 pm
Music Box Theatre, 239 West 45th Street
New York, New York 10036 United States
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$79.99 Sold out

THERE ARE NO MORE TICKETS AVAILABLE | No additional tickets can be requested at this price. See "NYC TICKETED ACTIVITY BM: Dear Evan Hansen 2019 Extra" for tickets.  

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NYC TICKETED ACTIVITY Broadway Musical: Dear Evan Hansen 2019 Extra

July 2 @ 7:00 pm - 9:35 pm
Music Box Theatre, 239 West 45th Street
New York, New York 10036 United States
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$109.99 6 tickets left

WATCH SHOW CLIPS ON YOUTUBE The winner of six Tony Awards. A deeply personal and profoundly contemporary musical about life and the way we live it. Evan is about to get the one thing he's always wanted: a chance to finally fit in. Hailed by critics and audiences alike, Dear Evan Hansen features a book by Tony Award® winner Steven Levenson, a score by Academy Award® winners Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, and direction by four time Tony Award® nominee Michael Greif. "A gorgeous musical for anyone with a beating heart." - The New York Times. "We've been waiting for a musical like you.- Time Magazine. "A transformative, original and thrillingly emotional new musical that delivers a direct jolt to the heart. It sweeps you up in raw emotion like no other show on Broadway."- Time Out NY. "Dear Evan Hansen is a message of hope shining on center stage for all to see." - NBC Nightly News. | May be inappropriate for 12 and under (Strong language; subject matter) Children under the age of 4 are not permitted. | Available to all students and guardians. TICKET SALES FOR THIS ACTIVITY WILL CLOSE AT 12:00PM EST ON MONDAY JULY 1

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All ticket sales are final. For any questions concerning activities, please contact: Activities Coordinator: events@joffreyballetschool.com

NEW YORK CITY

 

  1. NYC TICKETED ACTIVITIES
    • Ticketed Activities are arranged by JBS and requires a purchased ticket to be able to attend.
  2. NYC DORM ACTIVITIES
    • Dorm Activities are sightseeing activities arranged by JBS for housing students. Attendance is free, but students may want to take money along if they wish to shop around the area.
  3. NYC MUSICAL THEATRE INTENSIVE ACTIVITIES
    • Musical Theatre Intensive Musicals are activities arranged by JBS and is part of the Musical Theatre Intensive course.
    • All activities are assigned by the Artistic Directors and Coordinators. Dancers will receive more information about their assignment the week before their intensive.
    • Students will only attend one musical a week.

 

LAS VEGAS

 

  1. LV CIRQUE ARTS ACTIVITIES
    • The Cirque Activities are events arranged by JBS and is part of the Cirque course.
    • All activities are assigned by the Artistic Directors and Coordinators. Dancers will receive more information about their assignment the week before their intensive.
    • Students will only attend one activity a week.
  2. LV JAZZ & CONTEMPORARY ACTIVITIES
    • The Jazz & Contemporary Activities are events arranged by JBS and is part of the J&C course.
    • All activities are assigned by the Artistic Directors and Coordinators. Dancers will receive more information about their assignment the week before their intensive.
    • Students will only attend one activity a week.

LONDON

 

  1. LONDON MUSICAL THEATRE INTENSIVE MUSICALS
    • The Musical Theatre Intensive Musicals are activities arranged by JBS and is part of the Musical Theatre Intensive course.
    • All activities are assigned by the Artistic Directors and Coordinators. Dancers will receive more information about their assignment the week before their intensive.
    • Students will only attend one activity a week.

Where to purchase tickets for Ticketed Activities?

Who is allowed to purchase tickets?

  • JBS Housing and Commuter students as well as guardians are allowed to purchase tickets to Ticketed Activities.
  • Patrons other than legal guardians MUST consult the Activities Coordinator, before purchasing tickets.
  • Students are welcome to attend any of the Ticketed Activities during the Summer Intensives. They are not restricted to the activities during their registered week.
  • It is very important to note the names and information for all patrons who will be attending the activity.

 

Traveling:

  • All activities are chaperoned by JBS staff. Staff will escort Housing students, from the dorm/studio to the activity, attend the activity with the students and escort them back to the dorm.
  • In the event that a Housing student will not have enough time to travel back to the dorm after class, they will need to pack for the day accordingly.
  • Housing students (on the meal plan) departing from the studio MUST pick up their pre-prepared dinner during breakfast. Students who do not pick up a meal at breakfast will not have a meal saved for them.
  • Departure from the dorm/studio: Students MUST arrive at the departure location at the assigned time. Please note that for some activities, you will only have a few minutes between class and the departure time to eat and get dressed.
  • Arrival at the venue: Commuter students who did not travel with the group, must meet at the designated spot by the assigned time.
  • During the activity: All JBS students should listen to staff and should be exhibiting proper etiquette. Students are not allowed to be on their phone or talk during a performance, climb over seats, etc. A staff member will address them if they do not behave accordingly. Please do not disrespect the staff members assigned to the activity.
  • After the Activity: ALL STUDENTS (HOUSING AND COMMUTER) MUST MEET at the designated spot where attendance will be taken. Commuter students are not allowed to leave until they are dismissed and accounted for. Housing students must travel back to the dorm with the group.

Tickets:

  • Will be distributed at the venue before the event.
  • If a commuter student is not present after distribution of tickets is complete, their name and “JBS” will be written on the back of the ticket and left at the box office.
  • VERY IMPORTANT:
    • JBS does not officially honor seating requests. Traditionally the group tickets are reserved together. Some seats might not be located in the same row or section as the rest of the group. The Activities Coordinator and housing department do not have any control of seating assignments determined by the box office or tickets that were added on after the original order.
    • To ensure that you are seated with the group or to request a seat close to your friends, it will be in your best interest to arrive on time to the venue. Although seating requests are not guaranteed, we will try our best to honor them. After ticket distribution is completed, the tickets will be left at the box office. these tickets will be the tickets that remained after all other tickets were distributed and might not be located together or with the rest of the group.
  • Tickets will only be distributed to dancers and guardians listed on the roster (as provided by the students/guardians when purchasing the tickets).

Is there a waitlist for sold out Ticketed Activities?

  • To request tickets for a sold out activity, please email the Activities Coordinator to place your name on a waitlist.
  • The Activities Coordinator can NEVER guarantee additional tickets or tickets requested.

 

Exchange/Refund Policy?

  • ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES ALLOWED.
  • If a dancer cannot attend an activity that they purchased a ticket for, they must inform the Activities Coordinator immediately. They may choose to gift the ticket to another dancer, but must provide the name and contact details for the ticket claimer. They may also choose to donate the ticket. If there is a waitlist and the event is sold out, the ticket can be sold to a dancer from the list, and only after the ticket is sold, will a refund be processed to the original buyer. It is not the responsibility of the Activities Coordinator or Joffrey Ballet School to find a replacement or buyer for a dancer who is not able to attend an activity. As all sales are ultimately final, no refunds are guaranteed.
  • It is the responsibility of the dancers and parents to confirm intensive and activity dates, times as well as activity details, before purchasing tickets.

 

When are the activities scheduled?

  • The Ticketed Activities, Dorm and Musical Theatre Intensive activities traditionally take place on weekday evenings and Saturdays.
  • None of the activities are scheduled at the same time.
  • The Ticketed Activities available on the Dancer Portal and Website are separate from the Musical Theatre Intensive Program. The Broadway Shows for the Musical Theatre Intensive will not be scheduled on the same evenings as extra Ticketed activities. Dancer’s attending the Intensive will be able to attend their assigned shows, as well as extra activities that they bought tickets for.
  • None of the activities should conflict with classes or rehearsals. If an additional rehearsal is scheduled and conflicts with an activity, the dancer will be excused by the Activities Coordinator and choreographer.

Communication:

  • It is the goal of the Housing Department and Activities Coordinator to post all information and instructions concerning Ticketed Activities, Dorm Activities and Musical Theatre Intensive Musicals in the dorm and at the studios during the week of the program.
  • The Activities Coordinator also sends emails with detailed information no later than the day before the activity for Ticketed Activities & Musical Theatre Intensive Musicals.
  • Staff will also talk about activities each Sunday during Housing orientation.
  • Although the Activities Coordinator posts all information as far in advance as possible, some communication concerning instructions and detailed information may be delayed at times due to many variables such as staff and escort arrangements, rehearsal schedules and many other tangible details.

 

Curfew Extensions?

  • Housing students have a curfew.
  • Student attending a Ticketed Activity, Musical Theatre Musical or Dorm Activity will automatically have a curfew extension. Legal Guardians do not need to submit a request for a curfew extension.
  • All Housing Students MUST check in for Curfew after returning from the activity.  

What if a student did not receive any information by the night before the activity?

Very important:

    • If a student purchased a ticket for an activity and did not receive any information (due to a technical or common error), they should reach out to a staff member and not wait until the day of the activity to confirm information.
    • If a dancer is unsure about arrangements and instructions concerning an activity, it remains their responsibility to retrieve and confirm that information.
    • Students can:
      • Text/call the RA on duty
      • Ask the ra on duty or during curfew
      • Ask the intern at the studio
      • Call, text or email the activities coordinator
    • JBS will not be liable for a student that missed an activity due to uncertainty concerning arrangements, as there are multiple resources available.
    • Dancers who did not follow instructions as far as departure times and destinations are concerned , will not be accommodated. claiming to be uniformed will not be accepted as an excuse.

 

ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS ARE ALLOWED

How to sign up?

  • Housing students can sign up for Dorm Activities on the Dancer Portal – bit.ly/jbsactivities
  • Sign-up for Dorm Activities will close at midnight on the Sunday before the activity.
  • Housing students MUST attend the activities that they signed up for. Students who would no longer like to attend the activity after they signed up, must email events@joffreybaletschool.com to take their name off the list.

Who is allowed to attend?

  • Only JBS Housing students are allowed to sign up for Dorm Activities. NO GUARDIANS OR COMMUTER STUDENTS.

 

When are the activities scheduled?

  • The Ticketed Activities, Dorm and Musical Theatre Intensive activities traditionally take place on weekday evenings and Saturdays.
  • None of the activities are scheduled at the same time.
  • The Ticketed Activities available on the Dancer Portal and Website are separate from the Musical Theatre Intensive Program. The Broadway Shows for the Musical Theatre Intensive will not be scheduled on the same evenings as extra Ticketed activities. Dancer’s attending the Intensive will be able to attend their assigned shows, as well as extra activities that they bought tickets for.
  • None of the activities should conflict with classes or rehearsals. If an additional rehearsal is scheduled and conflicts with an activity, the dancer will be excused by the Activities Coordinator and choreographer.

 

Curfew Extensions?

  • Housing students have a curfew.
  • Student attending a Ticketed Activity, Musical Theatre Musical or Dorm Activity will automatically have a curfew extension. Legal Guardians do not need to submit a request for a curfew extension.
  • All Housing Students MUST check in for Curfew after returning from the activity.  

How to register?

  • Students sign up for musicals when registering for the intensive. The activity is part of the course and students DO NOT need to purchase additional tickets for these musicals.

Who is allowed to attend?

  • Only Students who are registered for the NYC Musical Theatre Intensive and have signed up and paid to attend the musicals.
  • NO GUARDIANS are allowed, unless the Artistic Directors and Activities Coordinator announce that there are tickets available. (These announcements usually happen the day before or the same day as the activity).

Traveling:

  • All activities are chaperoned by JBS staff. Staff will escort Housing students, from the studio to the activity, attend the activity with the students and escort them back to the dorm.
  • Commuter students are required to travel with the group, unless they are 14 and older and a guardian signs them out at the studio at the end of the day, or they’re 18 and older and they sign themselves out.
  • Housing students will not have enough time to travel back to the dorm after class and will need to pack for the day, accordingly.
  • Housing students departing from the studio MUST pick up their pre-prepared dinner during breakfast. Students who do not pick up their dinners at breakfast will not have a saved meal for them after the show.
  • Departure from the studio: Students MUST arrive at the departure location at the assigned time. Please note that sometimes you will only have a few minutes between class and the departure time to eat and get dressed.
  • Arrival at the venue: Commuter students who did not travel with the group, must meet at the designated spot by the assigned time. Do not be late.
  • During the activity: All JBS students should listen to staff and should be exhibiting proper theatre etiquette. Students are not allowed to be on their phone or talk during a performance, climb over seats, etc. A staff member will address them if they do not behave accordingly. Please do not disrespect the staff members assigned to the activity.
  • After the Activity: ALL STUDENTS (HOUSING AND COMMUTER) MUST MEET at the designated spot where attendance will be taken. Commuter Students are not allowed to leave until they are dismissed and accounted for. Housing students must travel back to the dorm with the group.

Tickets

  • Will be distributed at the venue before the event.
  • After announcements, students will form a line to receive their ticket.
  • If a commuter student is not present after distribution of tickets is complete, their name will be written on the back of the ticket and left at the box office.

Very Important:

    • JBS does not officially honor seating requests. Traditionally the group tickets are reserved together. some seats might not be located in the same row or section as the rest of the group. The activities coordinator and housing department do not have any control of seating assignments determined by the box office or tickets that were added on after the original order.
    • To ensure that you are seated with the group or to request a seat close to your friends, it will be in your best interest to arrive on time to the venue. Although seating requests are not guaranteed, we will try our best to honor them. After ticket distribution is completed, the tickets will be left at the box office. these tickets will be the tickets that remained after all other tickets were distributed and might not be located together or with the rest of the group.
  • TICKETS WILL ONLY BE DISTRIBUTED to dancers listed on the roster (as provided by the Artistic Directors and Coordinators)

 

When are the activities scheduled?

  • The Ticketed Activities, Dorm and Musical Theatre Intensive activities traditionally take place on weekday evenings and Saturdays.
  • None of the activities are scheduled at the same time.
  • The Ticketed Activities available on the Dancer Portal and Website are separate from the Musical Theatre Intensive Program. The Broadway Shows for the Musical Theatre Intensive will not be scheduled on the same evenings as extra Ticketed activities. Dancer’s attending the Intensive will be able to attend their assigned shows, as well as extra activities that they bought tickets for.
  • None of the activities should conflict with classes or rehearsals. If an additional rehearsal is scheduled and conflicts with an activity, the dancer will be excused by the Activities Coordinator and choreographer.

Communication:

  • It is the goal of the Housing Department and Activities Coordinator to post all information and instructions concerning Ticketed Activities, Dorm Activities and Musical Theatre Intensive Musicals in the dorm and at the studios during the week of the program.
  • The Activities Coordinator also sends emails with detailed information no later than the day before the activity for Ticketed Activities & Musical Theatre Intensive Musicals.
  • Staff will also talk about activities each Sunday during Housing orientation.
  • Although the Activities Coordinator posts all information as far in advance as possible, some communication concerning instructions and detailed information may be delayed at times due to many variables such as staff and escort arrangements, rehearsal schedules and many other tangible details.

 

Curfew Extensions?

  • Housing students have a curfew.
  • Student attending a Ticketed Activity, Musical Theatre Musical or Dorm Activity will automatically have a curfew extension. Legal Guardians do not need to submit a request for a curfew extension.
  • All Housing Students MUST check in for Curfew after returning from the activity.  

What if a student did not receive any information by the night before the activity?

Very important:

    • If a student purchased a ticket for an activity and did not receive any information (due to a technical or common error), they should reach out to a staff member and not wait until the day of the activity to confirm information.
    • If a dancer is unsure about arrangements and instructions concerning an activity, it remains their responsibility to retrieve and confirm that information.
    • Students can:
      • Text/call the RA on duty
      • Ask the ra on duty or during curfew
      • Ask the intern at the studio
      • Call, text or email the activities coordinator
    • JBS will not be liable for a student that missed an activity due to uncertainty concerning arrangements, as there are multiple resources available.
    • Dancers who did not follow instructions as far as departure times and destinations are concerned , will not be accommodated. claiming to be uniformed will not be accepted as an excuse.

How to sign up?

  • Students sign up for the activity when registering for the intensive. The activity is part of the course and students DO NOT need to purchase additional tickets for these events.

Who is allowed to attend?

  • Only Students who are registered for the Las Vegas Cirque Intensive and have signed up and paid to attend the activity.
  • NO GUARDIANS are allowed, unless the Artistic Directors and Activities Coordinator announce that there are tickets available. (These announcements usually happen the day before or the same day as the activity).

Traveling:

  • All activities are chaperoned by JBS staff. Staff will escort Housing students, from the dorm/studio to the activity, attend the activity with the students and escort them back to the dorm.
  • Housing students will have enough time to travel back to the dorm after class, but time will be limited. Plan for a quick turn around.
  • Commuter students will not travel with the group.
  • Housing students departing from the studio MUST pick up their pre-prepared dinner during breakfast. Students who do not pick up their dinners at breakfast will not have a saved meal for them after the show.
  • Arrival at the venue: Commuter students must meet at the designated spot by the entrance of the theater 45 minutes prior to the top of the show and not later than 30 minutes prior to the show or their ticket will be left at the box office and they will have to enter on their own.
  • During the activity: All JBS Students should listen to staff and should be exhibiting proper theatre etiquette. Students are not allowed to be on their phone or talk during a performance, climb over seats, etc. A staff member will address them if they do not behave accordingly. Please do not disrespect the staff members assigned to the activity.
  • After the Activity: ALL STUDENTS (HOUSING AND COMMUTER) MUST MEET at the designated spot where attendance will be taken. Commuter Students are not allowed to leave until they are dismissed and accounted for. Housing students must travel back to the dorm with the group.

Tickets

  • Will be distributed at the venue before the event.
  • After announcements, students will form a line to receive their ticket.
  • If a commuter student is not present after distribution of tickets is complete, their name will be written on the back of the ticket and left at the box office.

Very Important:

    • JBS does not officially honor seating requests. Traditionally the group tickets are reserved together. some seats might not be located in the same row or section as the rest of the group. The activities coordinator and housing department do not have any control of seating assignments determined by the box office or tickets that were added on after the original order.
    • To ensure that you are seated with the group or to request a seat close to your friends, it will be in your best interest to arrive on time to the venue. Although seating requests are not guaranteed, we will try our best to honor them. After ticket distribution is completed, the tickets will be left at the box office. these tickets will be the tickets that remained after all other tickets were distributed and might not be located together or with the rest of the group.
  • TICKETS WILL ONLY BE DISTRIBUTED to dancers listed on the roster (as provided by the Artistic Directors and Coordinators)

 

When are the activities scheduled?

  • The Cirque Activities will be on Wednesday July 24 at 7:00PM.
  • None of the activities should conflict with classes or rehearsals, as it is part of the course. If an additional rehearsal is scheduled to conflict with an activity, the dancer will be excused by the Artistic Directors.

Communication:

  • The Activities Coordinator will send and email with detailed information no later than the day before the activity for the Cirque Intensive Activities.
  • Although the Activities Coordinator posts all information as far in advance as possible, some communication concerning instructions and detailed information may be delayed at times due to many variables such as staff and escort arrangements, rehearsal schedules and many other tangible details.

What if a student did not receive any information by the night before the activity?

Very important:

    • If a student purchased a ticket for an activity and did not receive any information (due to a technical or common error), they should reach out to a staff member and not wait until the day of the activity to confirm information.
    • If a dancer is unsure about arrangements and instructions concerning an activity, it remains their responsibility to retrieve and confirm that information.
    • Students can:
      • Text/call the RA on duty
      • Ask the ra on duty or during curfew
      • Ask the intern at the studio
      • Call, text or email the activities coordinator
    • JBS will not be liable for a student that missed an activity due to uncertainty concerning arrangements, as there are multiple resources available.
    • Dancers who did not follow instructions as far as departure times and destinations are concerned , will not be accommodated. claiming to be uniformed will not be accepted as an excuse.

How to register?

  • Students sign up for the activity when registering for the intensive. The activity is part of the course and students DO NOT need to purchase additional tickets for these events.

Who is allowed to attend?

  • Only Students who are registered for the Las Vegas J&C Intensive and have signed up and paid to attend the activity.
  • NO GUARDIANS are allowed, unless the Artistic Directors and Activities Coordinator announce that there are tickets available. (These announcements usually happen the day before or the same day as the activity).

Traveling:

    • All activities are chaperoned by JBS staff. Staff will escort Housing students, from the dorm/studio to the activity, attend the activity with the students and escort them back to the dorm.
    • Housing students will have enough time to travel back to the dorm after class, but time will be limited. Plan for a quick turn around.
    • Commuter students will not travel with the group.
    • Arrival at the venue: Commuter students must meet at the designated spot by the entrance of the theater 45 minutes prior to the top of the show and not later than 30 minutes prior to the show or their ticket will be left at the box office and they will have to enter on their own.
    • During the activity: All JBS Students should listen to staff and should be exhibiting proper theatre etiquette. Students are not allowed to be on their phone or talk during a performance, climb over seats, etc. A staff member will address them if they do not behave accordingly. Please do not disrespect the staff members assigned to the activity.

 

  • After the Activity: ALL STUDENTS (HOUSING AND COMMUTER) MUST MEET at the designated spot where attendance will be taken. Commuter Students are not allowed to leave until they are dismissed and accounted for. Housing students must travel back to the dorm with the group.

 

Tickets

  • Will be distributed at the venue before the event.
  • After announcements, students will form a line to receive their ticket.
  • If a commuter student is not present after distribution of tickets is complete, their name will be written on the back of the ticket and left at the box office.

Very Important:

    • JBS does not officially honor seating requests. Traditionally the group tickets are reserved together. some seats might not be located in the same row or section as the rest of the group. The activities coordinator and housing department do not have any control of seating assignments determined by the box office or tickets that were added on after the original order.
    • To ensure that you are seated with the group or to request a seat close to your friends, it will be in your best interest to arrive on time to the venue. Although seating requests are not guaranteed, we will try our best to honor them. After ticket distribution is completed, the tickets will be left at the box office. these tickets will be the tickets that remained after all other tickets were distributed and might not be located together or with the rest of the group.
  • TICKETS WILL ONLY BE DISTRIBUTED to dancers listed on the roster (as provided by the Artistic Directors and Coordinators)

 

When are the activities scheduled?

  • The J&C Activities will be on Thursday August 1, Monday August 5 & Wednesday August 7 at 7:00PM.

 

  • None of the activities should conflict with classes or rehearsals, as it is part of the course. If an additional rehearsal is scheduled to conflict with an activity, the dancer will be excused by the Artistic Directors.

 

Communication:

  • The Activities Coordinator will send and email with detailed information no later than the day before the activity for the Cirque Intensive Activities.
  • Although the Activities Coordinator posts all information as far in advance as possible, some communication concerning instructions and detailed information may be delayed at times due to many variables such as staff and escort arrangements, rehearsal schedules and many other tangible details.

What if a student did not receive any information by the night before the activity?

Very important:

    • If a student purchased a ticket for an activity and did not receive any information (due to a technical or common error), they should reach out to a staff member and not wait until the day of the activity to confirm information.
    • If a dancer is unsure about arrangements and instructions concerning an activity, it remains their responsibility to retrieve and confirm that information.
    • Students can:
      • Text/call the RA on duty
      • Ask the ra on duty or during curfew
      • Ask the intern at the studio
      • Call, text or email the activities coordinator
    • JBS will not be liable for a student that missed an activity due to uncertainty concerning arrangements, as there are multiple resources available.
    • Dancers who did not follow instructions as far as departure times and destinations are concerned , will not be accommodated. claiming to be uniformed will not be accepted as an excuse.

How to register?

  • Students sign up for the activity when registering for the intensive. The activity is part of the course and students DO NOT need to purchase additional tickets for these events.

Who is allowed to attend?

  • Only Students who are registered for the intensive and have signed up and paid to attend the activity.
  • NO GUARDIANS are allowed, unless the Artistic Directors and Activities Coordinator announce that there are tickets available. (These announcements usually happen the day before or the same day as the activity).

Traveling:

  • All activities are chaperoned by JBS staff. Staff will escort Housing students, from the dorm/studio to the activity, attend the activity with the students and escort them back to the dorm.
  • Housing students will have enough time to travel back to the dorm after class, but time will be limited. Plan for a quick turn around.
  • Commuter students will not travel with the group.
  • Arrival at the venue: Commuter students must meet at the designated spot by the entrance of the theater 45 minutes prior to the top of the show and not later than 30 minutes prior to the show or their ticket will be left at the box office and they will have to enter on their own.
  • During the activity: All JBS Students should listen to staff and should be exhibiting proper theatre etiquette. Students are not allowed to be on their phone or talk during a performance, climb over seats, etc. A staff member will address them if they do not behave accordingly. Please do not disrespect the staff members assigned to the activity.
  • After the Activity: ALL STUDENTS (HOUSING AND COMMUTER) MUST MEET at the designated spot where attendance will be taken. Commuter Students are not allowed to leave until they are dismissed and accounted for. Housing students must travel back to the dorm with the group.

Tickets

  • Will be distributed at the venue before the event.
  • After announcements, students will form a line to receive their ticket.
  • If a commuter student is not present after distribution of tickets is complete, their name will be written on the back of the ticket and left at the box office.

Very Important:

    • JBS does not officially honor seating requests. Traditionally the group tickets are reserved together. some seats might not be located in the same row or section as the rest of the group. The activities coordinator and housing department do not have any control of seating assignments determined by the box office or tickets that were added on after the original order.
    • To ensure that you are seated with the group or to request a seat close to your friends, it will be in your best interest to arrive on time to the venue. Although seating requests are not guaranteed, we will try our best to honor them. After ticket distribution is completed, the tickets will be left at the box office. these tickets will be the tickets that remained after all other tickets were distributed and might not be located together or with the rest of the group.
  • TICKETS WILL ONLY BE DISTRIBUTED to dancers listed on the roster (as provided by the Artistic Directors and Coordinators)

 

When are the activities scheduled?

  • The MT Intensive Musicals will be on Wednesday, July 17 at 7:00PM.
  • None of the activities should conflict with classes or rehearsals, as it is part of the course. If an additional rehearsal is scheduled to conflict with an activity, the dancer will be excused by the Artistic Directors.

Communication:

  • The Activities Coordinator will send and email with detailed information no later than the day before the activity for the Cirque Intensive Activities.
  • Although the Activities Coordinator posts all information as far in advance as possible, some communication concerning instructions and detailed information may be delayed at times due to many variables such as staff and escort arrangements, rehearsal schedules and many other tangible details.

What if a student did not receive any information by the night before the activity?

Very important:

    • If a student purchased a ticket for an activity and did not receive any information (due to a technical or common error), they should reach out to a staff member and not wait until the day of the activity to confirm information.
    • If a dancer is unsure about arrangements and instructions concerning an activity, it remains their responsibility to retrieve and confirm that information.
    • Students can:
      • Text/call the RA on duty
      • Ask the ra on duty or during curfew
      • Ask the intern at the studio
      • Call, text or email the activities coordinator
    • JBS will not be liable for a student that missed an activity due to uncertainty concerning arrangements, as there are multiple resources available.
    • Dancers who did not follow instructions as far as departure times and destinations are concerned , will not be accommodated. claiming to be uniformed will not be accepted as an excuse.