Welcome to Colorado's pre-eminent aerial dance company. Frequent Flyers® Productions has been performing and teaching for over 26 years as a non-profit corporation. See us, join us, be part of us!
NO COMMUNITY CLASSES OCT 27TH - NOV 2ND
Our studio will not have any community classes during this time in preparation for Theatre of the Vampires.
Macky Auditorium, Boulder. 8 PM
Tix on sale NOW!: Click here
for Theatre of the Vampires tickets!
Tickets start at $15 (plus applicable fees)
Theatre of the Vampires
is a dazzling aerial phantasmagoria; a mix of pop vampire culture, meets Anne Rice meets Rocky Horror Picture Show. Vampires is the recipient of two Best of Boulder awards. So, don your fangs and cape and make your way to haunted Macky Auditorium for the show fans rave about!
Join the Vampires FB event here
For more information click here
Fall Session 2 Classes now flying! There are all sorts of children, adult, and professional training classes at Frequent Flyers Aerial Studio, 3022 E. Sterling Circle, Boulder, CO 80301
Special Lyra Workshops THIS WEEKEND with Daniel Sullivan
Saturday, Oct 25, 4:30-6:30pm - Lyra 3/4
Sunday, Oct 26, 1:15-3:15pm - Lyra 3/4
For more information click here
To register click here
Frequent FlyersÂ® is the FIRST aerial dance school approved and regulated by the Colorado Department of Higher Education, Private Occupational School Board.
Frequent Flyers offers an aerial dance professional program with a performance track and a teaching track. For more information look on the right side of the "Classes" page here
Book us for Event Entertainment, Birthday & Bachelorette Parties, Corporate & Non Profit Retreats, Camps and Private Workshops for school and Community Groups. Check out some options
See what shows and events are coming up. We hope to see you there! Check out our shows
Calling all household items!
We're collecting all items in the Kitchen, Dining & Bar category for this month's Ebay drive. If you have something new or nearly new -we want it! Please donate it to us for our EBAY household items drive. Just fill out the donation form
and email it back to us. We'll take care of the rest.
We want to speak with you!
We're not talkin' an interrogation, or ambush interview. We want to share the story of Frequent Flyers Aerial Dance with you. And not just with you, but with your "peeps", your civic groups like Rotary or Kiwanis or Optimist Clubs, or your church group, or your business/networking gang or whatever brings you and your people together. We can bring the usual PowerPoint and video presentations to keep you from falling asleep in your coffee cup. But, more than that we can bring fabulous dancers on stilts, and even our portable rig so you can see our dancers up (in the air) close and personal. Call the office to schedule a presentation, 303-245-8272.
Nancy Smith featured as one of 100 Colorado Creatives.
FFP featured on Channel 9 news!
FFP's Ratcracker featured on Channel 4 news!
Check out FFP in Dance Magazine here!
Watch us on 9 News!
Westword's "Best Flight School" & Boulder Weekly's Best of Boulder winner for "Best Live Dance Group"!
Frequent Flyers Featured on PBS
PBS' Art District show features Frequent Flyers' Aerial Dance and Stalker Theatre during the run of their show Mapping.
Check out the video here
Nancy Smith also teaches Arts District host, Carrie Saldo, some aerial during FF's run of Mapping AND to let her know about upcoming shows for their calendar. Check out the video here
Rocky Mountain PBS Arts District is Colorado's only weekly magazine series dedicated to highlighting the unique cultural arts scene in our community. We were thrilled to showcase the phenomenal Frequent Flyers' Mapping Project because it is an exemplary example of dance athleticism and grace, and cross continental collaboration that only Nancy Smith's company could create.
- Lisa D. Olken, Executive Producer, Arts District @ Rocky Mountain PBS, Denver
Read about FFP in the Denver Post!
"finely skilled dancers lift off the stage with ghostly grace and an otherworldly presence redefines the restrictions of a two-dimensional dance form. It opens up the doors of perception, both for the dancer and the spectator."