Welcome to NBT@Home! We invite you to explore this specially curated collection of performance highlights, behind-the-scenes features and other fascinating glimpses into the world of NBT as part of our new Dance On with NBT initiative. We hope you will delight in discovering these moments of artistry, education and inspiration as much as we did in making them!

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Behind The Scenes: Until December

Enjoy this look behind the scenes of NBT’s Ballet & Broadway program including the World Premiere work Until December by choreographer Matthew Neenan.  

Photo Album: Dracula

Over Halloween weekend of 2018 NBT’s production of Ben Stevenson’s Dracula filled The Smith Center stage with eerie gothic grandness, from its costumes and sets, to the glorious love triangle…

40 Going On 50

In 2012, NBT celebrated our 40th Anniversary with our inaugural season The Smith Center for the Performing Arts. NBT was about to take a huge next step in its history.…

10 Years of Creativity

What began as an idea to foster creative development across two iconic organizations – NBT and Cirque du Soleil – quickly grew into one of the most talked about annual…

Behind The Scenes: The Current

Krista Baker, Choreographer and NBT Company Artist, celebrated the World Premiere of her latest work, The Current, this past February at The Smith Center. Krista’s fresh, dynamic vocabulary and brilliant…

Behind The Scenes: Makeup Magic

In 2014 NBT staged a delightful production of Coppelia, the comedic story of a mysterious doll maker and his mischievous creations. The broadly comedic characters required broadly comedic expressions. In…