This is for remaining orch. seats Tues. - Fri.
The Kennedy Center is offering tickets at the special price of $25.00 for orchestra seats for the performances of the New York City Ballet in the Opera House Theater on Tuesday, June 6; Wednesday, June 7; Thursday, June 8; and Friday, June 9 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are regularly as high as $79 in the orchestra.
You can click the link below and your discount will appear automatically. If you call or stop by the Box Office for the discount, be sure to mention Offer Number "263834." See you at the Kennedy Center!New York City Ballet
Balanchine, Peck & Ratmansky
June 6, 7 & 10 at 7:30 p.m. | June 11 at 1:30 p.m.Performance Timing: approx. 2 hours 8 minutesSquare Dance (Antonio Vivaldi and Arcangelo Corelli / George Balanchine)
NYCB’s legendary co-founder offers high-spirited fun by joining the traditions of American folk dance with classical ballet.
CASTING: M. Fairchild, Finlay (June 6 & 7); Bouder, Ball (June 10 & 11)Approx. 25 minutes, intermission followingTarantella (Louis Moreau Gottschalk, orch. by Hershy Kay / George Balanchine)
This virtuosic, Italian-flavored pas de deux showcases two pyrotechnical dancers in an ever-growing profusion of steps.
CASTING: Pereira, Hoxha (June 6 & 7); Woodward, De Luz (June 10 & 11)Approx. 8 minutesOdessa (Leonid Desyatnikov / Alexei Ratmansky) D.C. PREMIERE
Critics have acclaimed Ratmansky’s NYCB works as resounding hits; his latest creation premieres in NYC in May, danced to Desyatnikov’s “Sketches to Sunset.”
CASTING: Mearns, Bouder, Hyltin, T. Angle, Stanley, De Luz (June 6 & 7); Phelan, T. Peck, M. Fairchild, T. Angle, Stanley, Ulbricht (June 10 & 11)Approx. 24 minutes, intermission followingRodeo: Four Dance Episodes (Aaron Copland / Justin Peck) D.C. PREMIERE
This highly praised 2015 work from NYCB’s Resident Choreographer pairs a lone woman with 15 energetic and charming men performing to Copland’s Americana score.
CASTING: T. Peck, J. Peck, Ulbricht, Garcia, Veyette (June 6 & 7); Mearns, J. Peck, Ulbricht, Garcia, Veyette (June 10 & 11)Approx. 24 minutes~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Balanchine, Peck & Wheeldon
June 8 & 9 at 7:30 p.m. | June 10 at 1:30 p.m.Performance Timing: approx. 2 hoursAmerican Rhapsody (George Gershwin / Christopher Wheeldon) D.C. PREMIERE
The Tony Award® winner for An American in Paris draws upon his recent Broadway success in his latest NYCB creation, set to Gershwin’s popular Rhapsody in Blue.
CASTING: Lovette, Janzen, Phelan, Stanley (all performances)Approx. 19 minutes, intermission followingThe Four Temperaments (Paul Hindemith / George Balanchine)
NYCB recalls its early years with Balanchine’s classic evocation of the humours of the body.
CASTING: Wellington, Scordato, King, Alberda, Laracey, Sanz, Garcia, Mearns, J. Angle, la Cour, Reichlen (June 8 & 9); Wellington, Scordato, King, Alberda, Laracey, Sanz, Garcia, Scheller, T. Angle, la Cour, Reichlen (June 10)Approx. 32 minutes, intermission followingThe Times Are Racing (Dan Deacon/Justin Peck)D.C. PREMIERE
Dancers perform in street wear and sneakers to rock music from Dan Deacon's America, capturing a mood of modern protest.
CASTING: T. Peck, Pollack, Lowery, Woodward, Isaacs, Stanley, Applebaum, Suozzi (all performances)Approx. 24 minutes
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