Beauty & the Beast
Atlanta Ballet 2 presents Beauty & the Beast
Share this charming, one-hour fairy tale with your students
Fall in love with this celebrated fairy tale all over again with a one-hour production designed for our younger audience members, children ages 12 and under. Your students will be mesmerized by this enchanting tale of adventure, unlikely friendships, and the power of true love! Recommended for grades K-6.
Beauty & the Beast is performed by Atlanta Ballet 2.
|KIS Performance Date||Time||Venue||Reservation Deadline||Price per Ticket||Resrvation Form|
|Thursday, February 21, 2018||11 am||Cobb Energy Centre||January 21, 2019||
Taxes may be applicable.
Reservations will open on August 1, 2018.
*All KIS reservations for Beatuy & the Beast go through the Cobb Energy Centre's ArtsBridge Foundation.
Reservations & Payment
All reservations and payments for the Kids In Step performance of Beauty & the Beast must be made through the Cobb Energy Performing Art Centre's ArtsBridge Foundation.
Please contact the ArtsBridge Foundation at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre with questions or if you do not receive a confirmation within two business days after submitting the online form.
Reservations are not confirmed until full payment is received.
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
Know Before You Go
The Kids in Step 2017|2018 fact sheet is coming soon.
2017|2018 Beauty & the Beast Study Guide
The Kids In Step study guide is available to teachers and students with a completed reservation in January. Our goal is to provide extra-curricular materials to aid and enhance the learning experience with the students' involvement with dance. The study guide will help teachers and students explore dance by learning basic concepts and principles of dance. Teachers and students will also learn about the production they plan to attend.
Kids In Step is in collaboration with Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre & ArtsBridge. The program is made possible with the support of:
Mark & Evelyn Trammell Foundation
Charles Loridans Foundation