Houston Ballet presents "Women@Art"
Three of the world's leading female choreographers take Houston Ballet on a spectacular odyssey of dance in this fall repertory program. Julia Adam's Ketubah was originally created in Houston. The tale of a traditional Jewish wedding, the ballet showcases the natural humor and story-telling style of the affable choreographer. Already a Houston favorite, acclaimed young Canadian choreographer Aszure Barton creates a theatrical work specifically for dancers of Houston Ballet. And Twyla Tharp demonstrates why she's recognized as one of the pioneers of contemporary dance with The Brahms-Haydn Variations, a neoclassical milestone.