145 Fitness Ct, Coppell, TX 75019, USA

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Young Ballerina Workshop 2021

Exclusively for Ages 4-6


Explorers and Warriors

June 28 - July 2

Explore the open waters with Moana, and channel your inner warrior for an epic adventure with Raya, Mulan and Merida!

Mon-Fri from 9:30-11:30 ($150)


Into the Jungle

July 6 - 9

Come swing through the trees with Tarzan, dance with Gerald the Giraffe and step into the Jungle with Mowgli!

Tue-Fri from 9:30-11:30 ($125)


Royal Week

July 12 – 16

Calling all princesses! Put on your

favorite tiara and bring your best curtsey for a majestic week with Cinderella, Jasmine, Rapunzel and Tiana.

Mon-Fri from 9:30-11:30 ($150)


Daily Schedule:

9:30-9:45 Warm-Up/Book

9:45-10:30 Ballet Class

10:30-10:45 Bathroom/Snack Break (please bring a peanut free snack and water bottle)

10:45-11:15 Craft

11:15-11:30 Learn Choreography

Performance on Friday!


Limited to 12 Students

Taught by Ms. Fulton

Save $25 if you come to all three weeks!


Teacher’s Bio:

Angelyn Fulton is a native of Seattle, Washington and received her primary training from the Pacific Northwest Ballet School. She also trained with San Francisco Ballet School, Hartford Ballet School, and Fort Worth-Dallas Ballet School. Her professional career includes Nashville Ballet as well as Fort Worth-Dallas Ballet. She has been teaching over 20 years for various schools including Nashville Ballet School, Pacific Northwest Ballet School, Texas Ballet Theater School, and recently Ballet Academy of Texas. Angelyn is a certified teacher in the ABT Curriculum, Primary Level through Level 3.

Academy’s Mission:

The Ballet Academy of Texas opened in Coppell in October 1999, offering four large studios of classes for both the serious and recreational dancer in Ballet, Pointe, Tap, Modern, Hip Hop, Pilates and Musical Theater. In 2010, the Academy began a Professional Preparatory Program for homeschooled dancers training for careers in dance…the first in the metroplex. The Academy is in an 11,000 square foot facility near the corner of Sandy Lake and Denton Tap Roads. It has received the Youth American Grand Prix Award for Outstanding School in the Southwest eight of the past twelve years, and its director, Lisa Slagle, has won the Outstanding Teacher Award on four different occasions. Students of the Academy regularly receive scholarships for summer study, and many former students are now dancing professionally in companies all over the United States. Ballet Academy of Texas has hosted the American Ballet Theatre’s Young Dancer Program three times.