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Ballet 5:8 Studio Company dancer James Wainwright, of Crestwood, performs Thursday, Feb. 21, during the grand opening of a new space in Orland Park. Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
Ballet 5:8 Studio Company dancer Zoe Scheiderich, of Tinley Park, performs a solo number Thursday, Feb. 21, during the grand opening of a new space in Orland Park.
Artistic Director Julianna Slager introduces a performance by the Ballet 5:8 Studio Company. Photos by Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
Orland Park Area Chamber Executive Director Felicitas Cortez (left) chats with Ballet 5:8 Executive Director Amy Kozol Sanderson at the grand opening.
Orland Park Area Chamber of Commerce representatives and Ballet 5:8 staff cutting the ribbon at the grand opening event.
Ballet 5:8 Studio Company dancer James Wainwright, of Crestwood, performs at the grand opening.
Ballet 5:8 Studio Company dancers James Wainwright, of Crestwood, and Renee Ruchala, of Tinley Park, perform at the grand opening.
Ballet 5:8 Studio Company dancers James Wainwright, of Crestwood, and Renee Ruchala, of Tinley Park, perform at the grand opening.
Ballet 5:8 Studio Company dancer Renee Ruchala, of Tinley Park, performs at the grand opening.
Ballet 5:8 Studio Company performing “One Another,” choreographed by Homer Glen resident Libby Dennen.
Laurie Fanelli, Freelance Reporter
4:04 am CST February 27, 2019
After seven years in Frankfort, nonprofit organization Ballet 5:8 is now calling Orland Park home, as its performing company and dance education center is now located at 11545 183rd Place, Suite 101 — a 12,000-square-foot building.