Drop-In Division

Drop-in classes are designed for teens, age 16+, and adults with varying levels or no experience, who are interested in the fun and fitness of dance. Students may attend any or all of the classes that suit their interest or level of ability.

Dress in comfortable athletic attire with ballet shoes.

How To Register

Registration is done through MINDBODY. Click the Register link below or download the MINDBODY app.

After purchasing the class single or pack, please be sure you’ve booked the specific class date(s) you’d like to attend. Your class pack will deduct a class from your paid total for each booking.

General Single Class | $15 each
General Class Packs | $65 for 5 classes
Advanced Ballet Single Class | $17 each
Advanced Ballet Class Pack | $75 for 5 classes

Health & Safety Protocols

The safety of our students and staff is our primary concern. We have adopted new, strict protocols for participation. Please review these guidelines before you arrive for classes.

Summer 2021 Classes

Summer drop-in classes run from June 21 through August 28, 2021.

  • Style Classes

    Intermediate Modern | Tuesday | 7:30-8:30pm
    Pilates | Saturday | 10:30-11:30am | Please bring your own yoga mat

    Pilates | Monday | 6-7pm

  • Beginning Ballet

    Tuesday| 6-7:15pm

    Monday | 7:15-8:30pm

  • Continuing Ballet

    Saturday | 9-10:15am

    Thursday| 7:15-8:30pm

    Wednesday | 6:30-7:45pm

  • Intermediate/Advanced Ballet

    Saturday | 12-1:30pm

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Faculty & Staff

Our instructors and musicians are experienced, engaging and ready to inspire.

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Artistic Director

Michael Pink is the longest serving artistic director in Milwaukee Ballet’s history. Since arriving in 2002, he has demonstrated his commitment to the future of dance through new work, education, and collaboration. His artistic vision for Milwaukee Ballet continues to excite and challenge.

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Community Engagement

Dance is a powerful tool. Our education and outreach programs inspire confidence, creativity, and health throughout the Greater Milwaukee community, reaching more than 30,000 people annually.

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