May 23, 2022

Brooke Evans
Opus Performing Arts
(360) 734-5300

Opus Performing Arts' Spring Showcase

Opus Performing Arts is proud to present our annual “Spring Showcase” at 7:00pm on June 11 and 2:00pm on June 12, 2022. Audiences are sure to enjoy this school performance, featuring Opus students in ballet, tap, contemporary, jazz & lyrical. Opus’ Spring Showcase highlights the instructional aspect of the school from our youngest students of three years old to our intermediate/advanced high school students. 

This year, the performance will include an excerpt of the romantic ballet, “La Sylphide,” originally choreographed in 1832, it is one of the world’s oldest ballets. “La Sylphide” will feature two graduating advanced students, Bailey Kager playing the role of the Sylph and Tyler Nelson as James. In addition, Opus’ Spring Showcase includes new works by artistic director Brooke Evans and faculty members Damian Cade, Celeste Hartsook, Gabby Malagreca, Elizabeth Malone and Diane Williams.

Photo Credit: Juliette Machado

With a variety of all classes performing, you will get a taste of students’ experiences throughout the year, what the dancers have learned together, and the goals they are reaching for as they refine and hone their skills. Performances of Opus’ Spring Showcase are appropriate for all ages and will be available for viewing either in-person at the Mount Baker Theatre (masks are recommended but not required) or by live-streaming the performance for at-home viewing.

Photo Credit: Juliette Machado

Mount Baker Theatre
104 N Commercial St, Bellingham, WA 98225

Date/Times: June 11 at 7:00pm & June 12 at 2:00pm

Tickets: $10-$15
Available at the box office or online at

About OPUS: Established in 2013, OPUS Performing Arts provides inclusive, high-quality dance instruction in a positive atmosphere. The professional faculty at OPUS are highly experienced, mature, knowledgeable, and are generous with encouragement. All classes focus on fostering a lifelong love of dance while addressing proper foundations and technique. Instructors are dedicated to dance education and instilling invaluable skills that promote personal growth and artistic self-expression. OPUS strives to build skills in our students that extend beyond their dance training: self-confidence, discipline, respect, work ethic and self-care. 

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