Princeton Ballet School has studios in Princeton, Cranbury, and New Brunswick (see maps below). All locations are wheelchair accessible and feature sprung dance floors and marley from Harlequin Floors. The striking Princeton and Cranbury facilities were designed by the late Ralph Lerner, an internationally known architect and former Dean of the School of Architecture at Princeton University. The studios in New Brunswick are part of the state-of-the-art New Brunswick Performing Arts Center, which opened in 2019.
The Cranbury studio is located on Main Street of this classic New Jersey town. Designed by Ralph Lerner, former Dean of the School of Architecture at Princeton University, the building has two dance studios and a spacious lobby.
The Princeton studio, also designed by Ralph Lerner, is located in Princeton Shopping Center. It features four studios and includes a dance library.
New Brunswick Studio
The New Brunswick studio, in the state-of-the-art New Brunswick Performing Arts Center (NBPAC), features sprung floors and easy access from US Route 1 and NJ Routes 18 and 27.