Block Party Schedule

Parking Lot

Dunk-a-Dancer, Food Trucks, Costume Sale, Live DJ, ABYP Photo Booth, Visiting Organization Tables & Activities
5 - 8pm

Outdoor Performance Stage

The Alliance Theatre at the Woodruff: Staged reading by members of the One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest cast.
5:45 – 5:55pm

The Atlanta Opera: Two arias performed by Elizabeth Claxton with Rolando Salazar on piano. "Vilja" from The Merry Widow by Lehar & "Quando me’n vo" from La Bohème.

Atlanta Ballet’s Wabi Sabi
7:20 - 7:35pm


Foam Roller Demonstrations with Motion Stability
5 – 8pm

Stage Make-up Demonstration
5 - 5:30pm

Scenery/Wardrobe Tours
5:15pm – 7pm

Stage Make-up Demonstration
5:30 – 6pm

Stage Make-up Demonstration
6 – 6:30pm

Stage Make-up Demonstration
6:30 – 7pm

Studio 1

Moulin Rouge® - The Ballet Open Rehearsal
5:30 – 6:30pm

Studio 3

Hip-hop Class with Atlanta Ballet Dancer Jared Tan
5:30 – 6pm

Salsa Class with Atlanta Ballet Dancers Nadia Mara & Miguel Angel Montoya
6:30 – 7pm

Studio 4

Photo Booth: Go on the set of your favorite Atlanta Ballet Productions and capture selfies with Atlanta Ballet Company dancers!
5:30 – 7:15pm


Studio 5

Atlanta Ballet 15|16 Season & Highlights Reel
5 – 5:30pm

Ask a Dancer Session
5:30 – 5:45pm

Resting Places: A Ballet Film by Adam Stone (2015)
When we stop believing in our dreams, we die. Atlanta Ballet dancers Nadia Mara and Heath Gill star in this ballet film about a successful businesswoman who has forsaken her childhood dream of becoming a professional dancer. Directed, written, and produced by Adam E. Stone. Choreography by Atlanta Ballet dancer Tara Lee. Cinematography and editing by Jason Greene. Music composed by Varvara Gaigerova and performed by Eliesha Nelson, with Glen Inanga.
5:45pm – 6pm

Ask a Dancer Session
6 – 6:15pm

Atlanta Ballet 15|16 Season & Highlights Reel
6:15 – 6:30pm

Ask a Dancer Session
6:30 – 6:45pm

Resting Places: A Ballet Film by Adam Stone (2015)
6:45 – 7pm

*Schedule subject to change. In the event of rain, all activities besides Food Trucks and Dunk-a-Dancer will move inside to the Michael C. Carlos Dance Centre.