Houston Ballet presents Spring Mixed Repertory Program

Katharine Precourt, Serenade, Houston Ballet
Katharine Precourt, Serenade, Houston Ballet Photo courtesy of Houston Ballet

Houston Ballet’s Spring Mixed Repertory is powerhouse program, pairing two 20th century masterpieces with the company premiere of a delightfully comic work created in 2010.  

  • George Balanchine’s romantic masterpiece Serenade, a showcase for the company’s classical technique, opens the evening.
  • Inspired by Vera Brittain’s poignant wartime memoir Testament of Youth, Gloria is a haunting elegy for “the lost generation” of young men who perished in World War I.  The ballet is a magnificent synthesis of dance, theater, and music: Poulenc’s exquisite choral work, performed live by an ensemble of 50 singers, combines with the drama of love, loss and heartbreak.
  • Closing the evening is Cacti, the first work by Alexander Ekman to enter Houston Ballet’s repertoire - a gleeful, hilarious parody of the excesses of contemporary dance.

Event Details

When

6.5.16 | 2:00 pm
6.4.16 | 7:30 pm
6.3.16 | 7:30 pm
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5.29.16 | 2:00 pm
5.28.16 | 7:30 pm
5.26.16 | 7:30 pm

Where

501 Texas Ave.
Houston, TX 77002

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Box Office Hours

Mon-Fri 8am - 5pm

Ticket Info

$20-$197