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As integral to Houston’s art scene as its namesake and endower, the Margaret Alkek Williams Jubilee of Dance is an annual celebration of the range of talent within Houston Ballet’s professional company. These one-of-a-kind performances throughout Houston Ballet’s rich history have included an array of beloved moments from iconic ballets alongside world premiere works.

This year’s program will include the on-stage premiere of Stanton Welch's In Good Company, as well as a special tribute to celebrate Principal Dancer Melody Mennite’s 20th anniversary with the Company.

As integral to Houston’s art scene as its namesake and endower, the Margaret Alkek Williams Jubilee of Dance is an annual celebration of the range of talent within Houston Ballet’s professional company. These one-of-a-kind performances throughout Houston Ballet’s rich history have included an array of beloved moments from iconic ballets alongside world premiere works.

This year’s program will include the on-stage premiere of Stanton Welch's In Good Company, as well as a special tribute to celebrate Principal Dancer Melody Mennite’s 20th anniversary with the Company.

As integral to Houston’s art scene as its namesake and endower, the Margaret Alkek Williams Jubilee of Dance is an annual celebration of the range of talent within Houston Ballet’s professional company. These one-of-a-kind performances throughout Houston Ballet’s rich history have included an array of beloved moments from iconic ballets alongside world premiere works.

This year’s program will include the on-stage premiere of Stanton Welch's In Good Company, as well as a special tribute to celebrate Principal Dancer Melody Mennite’s 20th anniversary with the Company.

WHEN

WHERE

Wortham Theater Center
501 Texas Ave.
Houston, TX 77002
https://www.houstonballet.org/seasontickets/pdps/2021-2022/jubilee-of-dance/

TICKET INFO

$25-$149
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