Black Leather Ballet Shoes - Full Sole - Online

These basic black ballet slippers are handmade, hand pleated & hand finished. They are made of quality lambskin with cotton lining & double layered felt inner soles. The outer full soles are of suede leather and the shoes have elastic drawstrings for fitting adjustment. A matching elastic ankle/instep strap is also attached (or can be left unattached if you prefer) . They are an attractive, yet durable & comfortable ballet shoe and great for dancing & dance practice. If requested I can make these ballet slippers in sizes for children. Should you need another size or a split sole rather than a full sole, please let me know.*IMPORTANT - Depending on the current number of orders lodged prior to yours, it may be up to 6 weeks before I can complete and ship your order. However, I'm working as hard as I can to get orders sent as soon as possible,PLEASE NOTE:and I emphasize, that if there is a deadline or special event and you need your ballet slippers sooner, please let me know asap, so I can schedule a 'rush' order for you. There is NO additional charge for this service.

Bollywood Masala Orchestra and Dancers of India: A lively evening of traditional Indian music and dance, 7 p.m. Oct. 11; Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley; $25-$62; 510-642-9988,; also 7:30 p.m. Oct. 13; Bankhead Theater, Livermore; $16-$69; 925-373-6800, Compania Flamenca Jose Procel: “Flamenco Fire,” presented by Cal Performances, Nov. 13-14; Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley; $25-$64; 510-642-9988, Joe Goode Performance Group: “Poetics of Space,” immersive dance/installation work inspired by French philosopher Gaston Bachelard’s book of the same name, Sept. 24-Oct. 11; Joe Goode Annex, San Francisco; $40-$75;

Risa Jaroslow & Dancers: “Resist/Surrender,” West Coast premiere of Jaroslow’s work exploring concepts of what it is to be male, Oct, 15-17; ODC Theater, San Francisco; $20-$24; 415-863-9834,, Alonzo King LINES Ballet: Presents a world-premiere collaboration with Grammy-winning vocalist Lisa Fischer as part of the company’s home season, Nov, 6-15; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; $30-$65; 415-978-2787,, Jo Kreiter: black leather ballet shoes - full sole “Needles to Thread: Dancing Along These Lines in Continuum Alley,” a site-specific aerial dance work performed in San Francisco’s Tenderloin, Oct, 1-10; free;

PUSHfest: PUSH Dance Company’s annual presentation of new and recent works, featuring 16 dance companies, Sept. 18-20; ODC Theater, San Francisco; $15-$30, $50 for full-program pass; 415-863-9834, Rosy Simas Danse: “We Wait in the Darkness,” Simas’ solo work inspired by lives of Seneca American Indian women, Oct. 9-10; ODC Theater, San Francisco; $30-$45; 415-863-9834, San Francisco Trolley Dances: More than half a dozen site-specific pieces following Muni’s T-Line from Mission Bay to the Bayview, including works by choreographers Byb Chanel Bibene, Alex Ketley, Amy Seiwert and Trolley Dance artistic Director Kim Epifano, Oct. 17-18; starts at Bay View Boat Club, San Francisco; free;

Sankai Juku: Acclaimed second-generation Japanese butoh company performs the striking production “Umusuna — Memories Before History,” presented by San Francisco Performances and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Oct, 9-10; YBCA Theater, San Francisco; $40-$70; 415-392-2545,, Silicon Valley Ballet (formerly Ballet San Jose): “Giselle,” Ballet Nacional de Cuba founder Alicia Alonso’s adaptation of the classic ballet gets its first performance by a U.S, dance company, celebrating the reopening of relations between the U.S, and Cuba, Oct, 16-18; San black leather ballet shoes - full sole Jose Center for the Performing Arts; $25-$110; 408-288-2820,

sjDANCEco: Fall program includes “Keyed,” by company choreographer and dancer Hsiang Hsiu Lin, a world premiere work by Robert Dekkers, a reprise of artistic director Maria Basile’s “Birthing the Ascension” and Jose Limon’s “The Moor’s Pavane” and “Mazurkas,” Oct. 19-21; California Theatre, San Jose; $21-$59; Taste of Africa: A night of traditional African dance performances, presented by Cheza Nami Foundation, 3 p.m. Oct. 11; Bankhead Theater, Livermore; $12-$35; 925-373-6800,

West Wave Dance Festival: Showcase for wide range of new and emerging works featuring more than 30 artists and companies and 20 premieres, Sept, 23-27; Z Space performance center, San Francisco; $15-$20 per performance; 415-626-0453,,, Appearing in chronological order, “Royal Hawaiian Featherwork”: Brightly colored capes, cloaks and god images handmade from thousands of feathers, from the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum black leather ballet shoes - full sole in Honolulu, Aug, 29-Feb, 28; de Young Museum, San Francisco; $11-$19; 415-750-3600,

“Yo-Yo’s and Half Squares”: 20 works by Bay Area quiltmakers display complex asymmetrical patterns, Sept. 10-Feb. 21; Oakland Museum of California; $6.95-$15.95; 510-318-8400, “Italian American Cinema: From Capra to the Coppolas”: Documents, text and video clips include Valentino, Vincente Minnelli and Penny Marshall (Masciarelli), Sept. 15-March 6; Museo ItaloAmericano at Fort Mason Center, San Francisco; free; 415-673-2200;

“Public Works: Artists’ Interventions 1970s-Now”: Women artists’ work documented with text, photos and video, exploring politics and social conditions, Sept, 16-Dec, 13; Mills College Art Museum, Oakland; free; ; 510-430-2164;, “De Saisset: From Family Name to Artistic Legacy”: The University of Santa Clara museum marks its 60th anniversary with photos, archives and paintings by black leather ballet shoes - full sole its namesake Ernest de Saisset, a student in the 1880s who later studied art in Paris, Sept, 18-Dec, 8; de Saisset Museum, Santa Clara; free; 408-554-4528,

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