Stealing Christmas

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Photography by Ian Drummond

The BoSoma Youth Company is the performance group of BoSoma School of Dance with locations in Hamilton, Manchester and Georgetown, made up of children ages 10-18. Students are required to study ballet, tap, jazz and modern dance as well as rehearse weekly for a variety of performances. BYC’s focus is on community performance and outreach, and dancers participate in a variety of benefit performances and community service events throughout the year. The BoSoma Youth Company is directed by BSD Owner Katherine Hooper, and BSD Director Stephanie Boisvert. For more information visit


  • Sat., December 7th | 4:00 PM 

  • Sun., December 8th | 11:00 AM & 3:00 PM

  • Doors open one hour prior


Tickets:  $15


BoSoma Youth Company (BYC) presents its annual winter concert "Stealing Christmas." Take a trip to the magical world of Whoville and see the story unfold, in our rendition of the holiday classic. This is a family-friendly performance, suitable for all ages.


In addition to the performance, BYC will be offering “Grinch inspired gifts” for sale before the show and during intermission. Raffle items will also be offered throughout the event. All proceeds will benefit the BoSoma Youth Company's performance goals, trips & events this 2019-2020 season.




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For nearly 20 years, critically acclaimed dancer, choreographer and educator Katherine Hooper has made an indelible mark on the lives of her students, her dancers, and her community. As artistic director of BoSoma Dance Company and owner of the BoSoma School of Dance in Hamilton and Georgetown, MA, her mission has always been clear: to provide a positive, inspiring environment where students, performers, and the audience are free to explore dance as a vehicle to learn more about the world around them, to explore their own identity and to approach life, music or art in a different way.



Stephanie Boisvert received the bulk of her dance training at Melissa Hoffman Dance Center in Hudson, NH. As a teenager she had the opportunity to travel to Namibia, Africa on outreach missions, performing and teaching in schools throughout the country, which ignited her passion for community dance education. She graduated summa cum laude from Suffolk University in 2013 with a Bachelor’s degree in Art History. As a professional, Stephanie has previously danced with Hyperbole Dance and has been a member of BoSoma Dance Company since May 2013. With BoSoma, she has had the opportunity to dance in festivals at Boston Common, on the New England Conservatory stage, and within art exhibits at the Peabody Essex Museum. Stephanie spent four years in the public school system, establishing the Dance Program at Salem Academy Charter School in Salem, MA. She is now the Director of the BoSoma School of Dance.

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