American Shakespeare Center, Staunton Art League, Alexandria Art Museum of Western Virginia, Roanoke Barksdale Theatre, Richmond Barter Theatre, Abingdon Chrysler Museum, Norfolk Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Virginia Beach Fairfax Symphony Mill Mountain Theatre, Roanoke
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Art League, Alexandria
Art Museum of Western Virginia, Roanoke
Barksdale Theatre, Richmond
Barter Theatre, Abingdon
Chrysler Museum, Norfolk
Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Virginia Beach
Mill Mountain Theatre, Roanoke
Paramount Theatre, Charlottesville
Signature Theatre, Arlington
Theatre IV, Richmond
Virginia Arts Festival, Norfolk
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond
Virginia Opera, Norfolk
Virginia Stage Company, Norfolk
Virginia Symphony, Norfolk
Visual Arts Center of Richmond
William King Regional Arts Center, Abingdon
Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts, ViennaMajor Art Institutions in Virginia
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Richmond Ballet will expand its repertory during 2009-10 by commissioning original work from noted female choreographers in the dance field; these ballets will be performed on tour throughout the Commonwealth that entire season
In addition, the Ballet’s New Works Festival in the spring of 2010 will prominently feature the choreography of emerging women artists.
Finally, Richmond Ballet will partner with the CenterStage Foundation on a Women in the Arts Seminar, one component of which will feature the only four women who serve as artistic directors of major ballet companies in North America; the program entitled, “The Glass Slipper Ceiling” will explore why women often appear on stage, but are rarely in charge of ballet organizations.