Subscription renewals have just arrived. Here's what's been announced -- a "sneak peek at our 23rd season" -- 2008-09 season. A nice photo of Mary Carmen Catoya -- peeking over her Kitri fan with those huge almond-shaped eyes of hers -- is featured on the brochure. There are 3 company premieres and a revival of their full-length Don Q.
N.B. unscheduled but "planned," include the company premiere of the Balanchine Swan Lake, Act II , and a revival of La Sonnambula. All performances will have a live orchestra. There are 4 perfomances (Friday evening, Saturday matinee and evening, and Sunday matinee) at each theater.
Program I: Includes a revival of the Tharp In the Upper Room
Arsht Center, Miami: Oct. 17-19
Broward Center, Fort Lauderdale: Nov. 7-9
Kravis Center West Palm Beach, Nov. 14-16
Program II:Includes company premiere of Paul Taylor's Mercuric Tidings (Schubert)
Kravis Center: West Palm Beach, Dec. 5-7
Arsht Center, Miami: Jan 9-11
Broward Center, Fort Lauderdale: Jan 16-18
Skipping West Palm Beach this year. The local company, Ballet Florida, has dibs on the Kravis for Christmas week (10 performances normally), so MCB has been foisted off with a few days at the start of December.
Broward Center: (Feb. 12-14 (5 performances)
Arsht Center: (7 performances)
Program III: Full-length Don Quixote (Petipas, not Balanchine)
Arsht Center, Miami: Feb. 6-8
Broward Center, Fort Lauderdale: Feb. 13-15
Kravis Center, West Palm Beach: Feb. 20-22
Program IV: Including company premiere of In the Night (Robbins/ Chopin).
Broward Center, Fort Lauderdale: March 13-15
Kravis Center, West Palm Beach: March 27-29
Arsht Center, Miami: April 3-5.
News about Miami City Ballet's 2008-08 season(not yet complete, subject to change)
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