At Ballet Chelsea, the health of our community is of the utmost importance. We must all play our part to ensure we are able to continue offering in-person classes. We ask that our dancers and staff continue to do their part to create and maintain a culture of safety and health in the Ballet Chelsea studio.

COVID-19 Policies

As of September 1, 2022 Ballet Chelsea has implemented updated safety protocols for in-studio classes. Further information and details on our studio policy update is available in the downloadable PDF below.

Student Policy Agreement

Prior to taking in-person classes all students will be required to complete our Student Policy Agreement. Dancers or parents will be prompted to sign the agreement after registering for a class. For instruction on how to register for classes click here.

Student Screening & Protocols

Before entering Ballet Chelsea all dancers, staff, parents and visitors should be able to answer "no" to our screening questions. These questions are available below as a downloadable PDF.

If you notice your student displaying any symptoms of Covid-19, or if your student has come into contact with someone who is suspected to have or currently has Covid-19, please not bring them to the studio and contact Ballet Chelsea administraton at [email protected].

Please note, masks are optional while inside Ballet Chelsea. Parents and visitors are welcome to sit in our waiting room or tour our space. We kindly ask that you sign our visitor log, located on the front, desk upon entry.

Partner With Us: Ballet Chelsea’s 2022 Annual Fundraiser

October 5, 2022

Ballet Chelsea is launching their third annual Digital Fundraising Campaign, Partner With Us, running from October 8 through October 17. This campaign is a critical component to Ballet Chelsea’s financial viability as a non profit arts organization. If you value the arts in our community please consider making a donation to Ballet Chelsea during their … Read more

Welcome Amy Fracker, Ballet Chelsea’s New Executive Director

May 4, 2022

Amy Fracker comes to Ballet Chelsea with over 30 years of nonprofit leadership experience, with in-depth experiences in nonprofit administration, fundraising, organizational change and program development. Amy has supported the arts at a variety of organizations including Riverside Art Center, Ella Sharp Museum, The Henry Ford, and the Jackson School of the Arts where she … Read more

Presenting: A Midsummer Night’s Dream & Collected Works

April 4, 2022

A Midsummer Night’s Dream & Collected Works to be performed at Jackson’s Potter Center May 1, 2022 at 2pm. BUY TICKETS Ballet Chelsea will be performing a mixed spring program. For one performance, A Midsummer Night’s Dream & Collected Works will take the stage May 1, at Potter Center in Jackson. The program opens with … Read more

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