Alaska Dance Theatre (ADT) was founded in 1981 and is the premiere non-profit dance organization in Alaska. A volunteer Board of Trustees governs ADT. The Board is charged with raising funds to assist in keeping the programs affordable. ADT is supported by contributions from individuals, businesses, corporations, and foundations, the Municipality of Anchorage, the Alaska State Council on the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Lori Bradford (provisional)
ADT provides training in a variety of classical ballet styles, including Russian, French and Italian techniques, as well as various contemporary dance styles. Classes are offered for student’s ages 18 months through adult and accommodates both recreational and career pursuits. ADT strives to offer numerous dance styles, and workshops with guest artists and companies. Dance is an artistic and athletic skill. ADT instructors endeavor to help all students learn dance and theatre technique through careful attention to proper alignment, anatomical, and physiological differences. ADT has a genuine commitment to helping each student realize their greatest potential.
Alaska Dance Theatre is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the highest caliber of artistic education for dance and theatre arts for all ages in the state of Alaska.
The Studio Facility
Alaska Dance Theatre’s facility was made possible by generous donations from the Rasmuson Foundation, John Rubini and Suzanne La Pierre, The MJ Murdock Charitable Trust, and the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation.
ADT is proud to have five dance studios dedicated to some of our sponsors:
All studios have a stereo system that is compatible with MP3 players.
State of the art speakers hung every 5’ for an even sound coverage.
Conference Room/Kitchen area with refrigerator, sink, microwave available with cleaning fee.
Restrooms with showers and lockers available.