Five dancers from Scranton Civic Ballet to attend boarding intensives

Five students of the Scranton Civic Ballet Company will attend boarding intensives for aspiring professional dancers this summer. Earning acceptances, are, from left, Abby Lazecki Pittston, nd Meta Mihalchik, Laflin, to Joffrey Ballet School, New York, New York. Second row, Gwyn Antoinette “Ginger” Cruz, Dallas, to Ballet Austin, Austin, Texas; Robert Zaloga, Moosic, to Boston Ballet, Boston, Massachusetts; and Julie Mazaleski, Duryea to the American Ballet Theatre, Austin, Texas. The dancers study under the artistic direction of Miss Helen Gaus at Scranton Civic Ballet Company. - Submitted photo

SCRANTON — Five students of the Scranton Civic Ballet Company will attend boarding intensives for aspiring professional dancers this summer.

Earning acceptance are Julie Mazaleski, of Duryea, to the American Ballet Theatre, Austin, Texas; Gwyn Antoinette “Ginger” Cruz, of Dallas, to Ballet Austin, Austin, Texas; Robert Zaloga, of Moosic, to Boston Ballet, Boston, Massachusetts; and Abby Lazecki, of Pittston, and Meta Mihalchik, of Laflin, to Joffrey Ballet School, New York, New York. “

The Scranton Civic Ballet Company presents “In Concert” at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 15 at the Theatre at North in Scranton. Under the artistic direction of Miss Helen Gaus, students will perform dances from “Midnight Masquerade,” “The Selfish Giant” and Swan Lake.

Tickets for the public performance, hosted at the Theater at North, 1539 N. Main Ave., can be purchased at the studio, 234 Mifflin Ave., Suite 1, and at the door at a cost of $16. For ticket information, call 570-343-0115.

Five students of the Scranton Civic Ballet Company will attend boarding intensives for aspiring professional dancers this summer. Earning acceptances, are, from left, Abby Lazecki Pittston, nd Meta Mihalchik, Laflin, to Joffrey Ballet School, New York, New York. Second row, Gwyn Antoinette “Ginger” Cruz, Dallas, to Ballet Austin, Austin, Texas; Robert Zaloga, Moosic, to Boston Ballet, Boston, Massachusetts; and Julie Mazaleski, Duryea to the American Ballet Theatre, Austin, Texas. The dancers study under the artistic direction of Miss Helen Gaus at Scranton Civic Ballet Company.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_Ballet.jpgFive students of the Scranton Civic Ballet Company will attend boarding intensives for aspiring professional dancers this summer. Earning acceptances, are, from left, Abby Lazecki Pittston, nd Meta Mihalchik, Laflin, to Joffrey Ballet School, New York, New York. Second row, Gwyn Antoinette “Ginger” Cruz, Dallas, to Ballet Austin, Austin, Texas; Robert Zaloga, Moosic, to Boston Ballet, Boston, Massachusetts; and Julie Mazaleski, Duryea to the American Ballet Theatre, Austin, Texas. The dancers study under the artistic direction of Miss Helen Gaus at Scranton Civic Ballet Company. Submitted photo