Barbre joined Nevada Ballet in 2006 after serving seven years as managing director of the Oregon Ballet Theatre.
What does OBT stand for?
OBT stands for Oregon Ballet Theatre
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”); the profound Indian dancer Madhavi Mudgal’s invocation to Siva; and the striking duet from Christopher Wheeldon’s Rush, performed superbly by the Oregon Ballet Theatre.
In 1986, he became artistic director of Pacific Ballet Theatre and was appointed artistic director of the new Oregon Ballet Theatre (OBT) in 1989.
His approach to dance seems to mirror his life, like when he left Oregon Ballet Theatre to move to Maui, run a gas station and sell duct tape wallets: “Everybody needs to get out of their norm once in their life and trust it because it’s going to be OK.
Barbre previously led Oregon Ballet Theatre as its managing director from 1998 until 2005.
He’d left home at age 13 to study ballet at a boarding school, danced with the Washington Ballet and Joffrey Ballet and became the founding artistic director of the Oregon Ballet Theatre.
ShoeMill, Oregon Ballet Theatre, and the Rose Quarter, topping out a list of more than 150 advertisers.
To help bridge the $300,000 shortfall the company was facing last April, dancers from Oregon Ballet Theatre, The Washington Ballet, and Cleo Parker Robinson Dance, among others, donated their time and talent to Moving Together--A Cause for Dance.