Omaha Dance Project 2022 featuring La Slyphide with additional works by Stephanie Huettner and Isaac Sharratt.


COVID-19 Policy 
Omaha Academy of Ballet remains committed to creating a safe and healthy dance training environment for our staff, students, and community.

In response to the current state of COVID-19 in Douglas County the OAB Board of Directors has updated our face mask requirement. Face masks are required for everyone at all times when inside OAB’s facility, including common areas and studios.

This layer of protection will help prevent any potential disruptions to in-person training at OAB this school year. Face masks proved to be very successful at OAB last school year.

We will reevaluate our COVID-19 policies as conditions change within the community and as local and national public health officials revise recommendations.

If your dancer tests positive or has been exposed to COVID-19, please notify us immediately. 

The following will remain in effect until further notice:

Class Offerings

    • Class size will be based on the square footage of each studio. We are increasing all class maximums by 2 dancers (Blue = 12; Pink =8/10; Purple = 9; Grey = 12).

Class Expectations

    • All dancers must wash their hands or use hand sanitizer prior to entering the studio. There are hand sanitizing stations at the entrance of each studio.

Social Distancing

    • Class sizes are limited to allow for social distancing during class.
    • Please observe social distancing in all common areas.

Access to/Use of the Building

    • We will utilize upstairs and downstairs entrances to minimize traffic in common spaces.
    • Dancers will have a 5 minute window to arrive and must immediately go to their studio and wait for class to start.
    • Dancers must immediately exit the building after class is over. No congregating or socializing inside the studio/building will be allowed.
    • Caregivers will need to drop off all students. No waiting in the studio will be permitted. Masked caregivers of 3-5 year old dancers may accompany their child inside the studio and help them change for class, but then must wait outside the studio until the class ends. You may wait in our car in our parking lot, utilize our green spaces, or visit one of the many great business, coffee shops, or eateries nearby. Omaha Conservatory of Music’s coffee shop, Accelerando, not only has fantastic refreshments, but a very spacious and beautiful common area.





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A nonprofit since 1962, Omaha Academy of Ballet is proud to offer classes for dancers of all levels and backgrounds from beginning to advanced, ages 3 through adult. Choose from ballet, tap, jazz, modern, and more! We are the only dance school in Omaha to provide syllabus training and exams through the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing
Omaha Academy of Ballet   |   319 N. 72nd Street  Omaha, NE 68114   |   402-346-0469