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Professional Dancer Auditions

José Mateo Ballet Theatre is holding auditions for professional dancers for their 2018 season of The Nutcracker.

Accepted dancers will receive a contract for the rehearsal and performance period of November 5-December 23, 2018.  Click here to view the performance schedule. Dancers interested in auditions must be available for all dates within the span of the contract.

Compensation commensurate with experience.

AUDITIONS FOR PROFESSIONAL ROLES IN THE NUTCRACKER

Thursday, September 13
2:00-4:00pm
Steps on Broadway, 2121 Broadway, New York City

Please bring a headshot and resume to the audition with you.

CLICK HERE TO PRE-REGISTER FOR AUDITIONS

Questions? Email info@ballettheatre.org with subject line “Audition Question”

ABOUT JMBT’S THE NUTCRACKER

Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre honors the classical tradition by continuing what may well be New England’s longest running interpretation of The Nutcracker ballet. Following its 1988 premiere in Fall River, various tours throughout the state with regular performances in Springfield, Worcester, and Lowell, and a ten-year run at Boston’s Emerson Majestic Theatre, the production quickly distinguished itself as one of the first versions anywhere to focus more on the dancing than on the usual caricatured mime, pomp, and special effects of its predecessors. Even the cast of over 100 children who play the Mice, Soldiers, Cherubs, Polichinelles, and Clara have substantial dancing roles.

While Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre takes pride in its ongoing mission to create new classical ballets, it is a pleasure to return each year to The Nutcracker as a salute to the traditional roots of the ballet form. After nearly a thousand performances over the last 30 years, we have created a tradition of our own. Families return year after year to revisit Mother Ginger and her children, the dancing snowflakes, the waltzing flowers, and the Sugar Plum Fairy with her cavalier.