Support Ballet Arts’ 41st Season


Under the direction of Jackson native, Caroline Meinert, Ballet Arts exists to provide the youth of West Tennessee an opportunity to develop character, life skills, integrity, and independence through the study of and participation in ballet. We strive to enrich the cultural life of the community through outstanding performances and outreach programs. Ballet Arts seeks to cultivate a learning environment based on tolerance and trust, which values diversity among its students, faculty, staff, volunteers, and patrons.

Whether it’s for one of our bi-annual performances at the Carl Perkins Civic Center or on a stage in front of City Hall, for one of Jackson’s outdoor events or festivals, our dancers always put in the hard work required to deliver a wonderful and memorable performance. This year, your patronage will support our 41st season, which will include productions of the magical Nutcracker and the fairy tale, Snow White.

The Nutcracker is a delightful and whimsical Christmas story that both the young and young at heart will enjoy. Our dancers will take you on a thrilling holiday adventure with Clara, the Nutcracker, and the Mouse King. Tennessee’s longest running performance of this holiday tradition continues this year, December 9-11, 2022, at the Carl Perkins Civic Center in Jackson.

Magic Mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?…the kind-hearted Snow White! Follow the young heroine as she meets a forest full of friends, including the Seven Dwarfs and a handsome Prince, who help her outwit the schemes of the Evil Queen. Find yourself transported into a storybook world with the fairest of them all, March 17-19, 2023, at the Carl Perkins Civic Center in Jackson.

Ballet Arts, Inc. depends greatly upon the generosity of the community. Each year, your financial support brings the joy of dance to thousands of adults and children alike, as well as helps us with everything from production costs and advertisements, to magical costumes and pointe shoes. Please take a moment and review our sponsorship package and support us in keeping Ballet Arts an integral part of the West Tennessee arts community.

Our dancers thank you for your consideration to help keep them on their toes.


Kimberly Evans

Board President, Ballet Arts, Inc.

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