Dance troupes

American Midwest Ballet

AMERICAN MIDWEST BALLET

402-541-6946; amballet.org

American Midwest Ballet celebrates its 10th season in 2019-20 with three mainstage presentations: "Momentum," a mixed repertory production featuring Tony Award winner Ann Reinking's staging of the legendary works of Bob Fosse, "Habaneras: The Music of Cuba," and the award-winning "Party Animals" on Oct. 11 and 13; "The Nutcracker" on Nov. 24 and Dec. 7 and 8; and the return of "Swing, Swing, Swing!" April 4 at the Hoff Family Arts and Culture Center and April 11 at the Orpheum Theater. Season tickets are on sale through Sept. 4.

CHOMARI BALLET FOLKLORICO MEXICANO

El Museo Latino, 4701 S. 25th St.; 402-731-1137; elmuseolatino.org

Omaha's Latino dance company. Performs traditional folklorico dances at El Museo Latino and other Omaha-area venues.

CREIGHTON DANCE COMPANY

Creighton University, 2500 California Plaza; 402-280-3047; www.creighton.edu/ccas

Students perform programs of classical ballet, modern, jazz and more when school is in session. The primary goal is to afford young dancers an opportunity to develop their talents in a professional atmosphere by participating in annual main-stage performances at the Lied Education Center for the Arts and other community venues.

EVER AFTER PRODUCTIONS

This company annually presents the original work "Nutcracker Delights," featuring professional, pre-professional and youth singers, actors, fencers and dancers from throughout the Omaha area.

HEARTLAND YOUTH BALLET

Heartland Conservatory of Dance and Pilates, 2502 S. 133rd Plaza; 402-237-8801; hcd.dance A pre-professional dance company dedicated to the growth and development of ballet students. Heartland Youth Ballet is the official company of the conservatory.

THE MOVING COMPANY

University of Nebraska at Omaha, 6001 Dodge St.; 402-554-2670; unomaha.edu, search "The Moving Company"

Founded in 1935, this modern dance company at UNO presents site-specific performances, master classes and studio productions. The Moving Company welcomes UNO students and dancers from the community. Auditions are held in September at Dance Lab 228 in the H&K Building, the regular meeting space.

OMAHA DANCE PROJECT

319 N. 72nd St.; 402-346-0469; oabdance.org

Omaha Dance Project is an Omaha Academy of Ballet performance program open to dancers throughout the community. Its goal is to provide nonprofessionals with chances to experience a professional-style performance.

OMAHA INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCE

402-391-4765; singreadplay.com/ OmahaInternationalDance.html

This recreational-educational group meets almost every Sunday from 3 to 6 p.m., usually at the UNO H&K Building, Room 239, 6001 Dodge St. Location may vary. Visitors are welcome to join or watch. Most dances are European; beginners learn during the first part of the meeting.

SCANDINAVIAN FOLK DANCERS OF OMAHA

Skyline Manor, 7350 Graceland Drive; 402-533-0943; singreadplay.com/ OmahaScandinavianDance.html

Meets every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the main building at Skyline Manor near 72nd Street and Military Avenue. Workshops in February. Performances at various locations in the Omaha area. No partner necessary and all ages welcome. Come celebrate your Scandinavian heritage.

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