2013/14 Season

  • Physical Thinking

    May. 28 - Jun. 1, 2014 Buy Tickets

    Michel Fokine’s landmark 1911 ballet Le Spectre de la Rose has been lavishly re-imagined by the exciting young Choreographer-in-Residence with Stuttgart Ballet, Marco Goecke. Jerome Robbins’ late work Opus 19/The Dreamer take delight in the emotive and expressive possibilities of human movement. William Forsythe’s the second detail is a vision of dance that forces us to look anew at ballet’s meanings and potentialities.

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    Physical Thinking
  • Cinderella

    June 4 - 15, 2014 Buy Tickets

    Many choreographers have been drawn to the Cinderella story as a ballet subject, and for very good reason. Replete with themes of transformation, love thwarted and found, familial discord, broad humour and wonderfully malleable characterization, the story offers a rich palette of dramatic and comedic opportunity. As well, the surprising, shape-shifting ebullience of Prokofiev’s...

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    Cinderella
  • Romeo and Juliet

    June 20 - 22, 2014 Buy Tickets

    Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet has long inspired choreographers to adapt it for the ballet medium, the intensity of its drama providing a perfect vehicle for dance. Set to Prokofiev’s famously rich and magisterial score, Ratmansky’s Romeo and Juliet illuminates Shakespeare’s vision and creates an inimitable work of dance theatre that ballet-lovers will long treasure.

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