Six young dancers, four in full ballet costume, sit closely together and smile off-camera.
Photo by Jared Siskin

ADA in the Arts

Passport to the Arts: Virtual Adapted Dance Workshop with American Ballet Theatre

American Ballet Theatre

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In celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Lincoln Center’s ADA in the Arts features programs with and for people with disabilities.

Designed for children and teens (ages 5–15) with disabilities and their families

Lincoln Center’s Passport to the Arts program offers children, teens and adults with disabilities and their families access to the performing arts at no cost. The program proudly partners with American Ballet Theatre for a virtual dance workshop complementing their week-long series honoring Disability Pride Month with personal stories, lessons, and activities on the ABTKids Daily website. ABT dance and design artists lead an interactive dance workshop which explores the characters and choreography from ABT’s signature classic ballet Swan Lake.

This program is free with registration. Click here to register 

Click here to learn more about Passport to the Arts, Lincoln Center’s welcoming and supported introduction to performing arts for children, teens and adults with disabilities and their families.

Performance Date

Saturday, July 18, 11 am–12 pm ET

Part of ADA in the Arts

Thanks to Our Supporters

Generous support for Passport to the Arts is also facilitated by The Honorable Peter Koo, New York City Council. Major support for Passport to the Arts is provided by The Taft Foundation, The FAR Fund, and The Megara Foundation. Generous support for Passport to the Arts is also facilitated New York City Council’s Autism Awareness Initiative and by the Honorable Peter Koo, New York City Council.

Thanks to Our Supporters