Being and Nothingness & The Tempest

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Greta Hodgkinson in Being and Nothingness (Part 1). Photo by Bruce Zinger.

May 30 — June 7, 2015

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Individual performance tickets go on sale September 20, 2014. 

Reviews

Being and Nothingness (Part 1) 

“Côté has crafted a riveting seven-minute solo for Greta Hodgkinson, in which she appears to be battling some powerful inner demons.” — National Post 

“Côté was able to provoke a thoughtful expression of the inner struggle that lies at the heart of our desire to exercise our free will.” — Elle Canada 


The Tempest
 

“Ratmansky’s major achievement….Rings true as both an homage to Shakespeare and an accomplishment in itself…a Tempest to savour.”
— New York Observer

“The ballet’s poetry – reminding us that Mr. Ratmansky is the most poetic choreographer in ballet today – is loveliest in the pas de deux for the innocent lovers’ Miranda and Ferdinand.” — The New York Times      

 

Ballet Talks

The National Ballet invites you to attend the Being and Nothingness & The Tempest Ballet Talk one hour before every show. 

Our hugely popular Ballet Talks take place in R. Fraser Elliot Hall in the Four Seasons Centre one hour before every performance. All ticket holders are welcome. Seats for everyone!

Enhance your experience and learn more about our productions from Lindsay Fischer, Artistic Director, YOU dance/Ballet Master.

Being and Nothingness (Part 1)... a riveting solo” — National Post