Sep 20, 2014 17:37 Ballet for Children accepting reservations for ‘Journey’ fall tour Ballet for Children accepting reservations for ‘Journey’ fall tour Advocate staff report Sept. 20, 2014 Comments Baton Rouge Ballet Theatre’s Ballet for Children is taking reservations for the fall tour of “Journey to the Emerald City: Healthy Stops and Healthy Swaps.” Directed by Michele Ball, a registered dietitian and professional dancer, Ballet for Children’s in-school performance introduces students to dance and nutrition through dialogue and original choreography. “Journey to the Emerald City: Healthy Stops and Healthy Swaps” brings Cajun Marie out of Louisiana and into the magical land of Oz as familiar characters such as Dorothy, Cowardly Lion, Scarecrow and Tin Man demonstrate concepts of good nutrition and exercise. Ballet for Children is designed for elementary-age children and includes an audience participation portion. The program also includes a study guide of key terms and discussion questions for teachers to incorporate into classroom instruction. Ballet for Children will travel to elementary schools in the greater Baton Rouge area. The performance fee of $575 averages a cost of $1 to $2 per student at most schools. With the performance coming directly to the schools, student transportation costs are eliminated. Call (225) 766-8379 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.