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Houston Ballet presents American Ingenuity

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Photo by Alexander Iziliaev

Quintessential American choreography defines the fall mixed-repertory program.

  • Often considered the father of 20th century American ballet, George Balanchine’s iconic neoclassical style shines through in Theme and Variations, a glorious work featuring 12 women and one principal couple.
  • The only American choreographer as comfortable working for film as for ballet audiences, Jerome Robbins’ has a unique and dynamic, one that is reflected exquisitely in Other Dances.
  • With Artifact Suite, William Forsythe nods to the choreographers who have gone before him, then moves dramatically on with startling dance for the whole company.

Quintessential American choreography defines the fall mixed-repertory program.

  • Often considered the father of 20th century American ballet, George Balanchine’s iconic neoclassical style shines through in Theme and Variations, a glorious work featuring 12 women and one principal couple.
  • The only American choreographer as comfortable working for film as for ballet audiences, Jerome Robbins’ has a unique and dynamic, one that is reflected exquisitely in Other Dances.
  • With Artifact Suite, William Forsythe nods to the choreographers who have gone before him, then moves dramatically on with startling dance for the whole company.

Quintessential American choreography defines the fall mixed-repertory program.

  • Often considered the father of 20th century American ballet, George Balanchine’s iconic neoclassical style shines through in Theme and Variations, a glorious work featuring 12 women and one principal couple.
  • The only American choreographer as comfortable working for film as for ballet audiences, Jerome Robbins’ has a unique and dynamic, one that is reflected exquisitely in Other Dances.
  • With Artifact Suite, William Forsythe nods to the choreographers who have gone before him, then moves dramatically on with startling dance for the whole company.

WHEN

WHERE

Wortham Theater Center
501 Texas Ave.
Houston, TX 77002
http://www.houstonballet.org/tesstkt/tickets/production.aspx?performanceNumber=3387

TICKET INFO

$25-$195
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