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Ballet Met 2013-14 season

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Oct. 18-20

Swan Lake

Ohio Theatre, 39 E. State St. — a collaboration between BalletMet and the Cincinnati Ballet, presented in both cities

Nov. 8-16

‘The Four Seasons: An Evening of James Kudelka’

Riffe Center’s Capitol Theatre, 77 S. High St. — works by the interim artistic director, including his Four Seasons, set to Vivaldi’s music, and Man in Black, with Johnny Cash songs

Dec. 12-24

The Nutcracker

Ohio Theatre — the beloved holiday ballet with choreography by the company’s former artistic director, Gerard Charles

Feb. 7-15

Alice in Wonderland

Capitol Theatre — a family ballet with choreography by Charles

March 14-15, 2014

‘Family Ties’

Lincoln Theatre, 769 E. Long St. — a program in collaboration with the Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus

March 21-23, 2014

‘Symphony in C’

Ohio Theatre — a varied program in collaboration with the Cincinnati Ballet and performed in both cities

April 25 to May 3, 2014

Capitol Theatre — a program of two works by Artistic Director Edwaard Liang and a work by another choreographer

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What is left of this season, are performances programmed for the March and April coming up immediately? (I take the above schedule to start this fall and extend to a year from now).

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What is left of this season, are performances programmed for the March and April coming up immediately? (I take the above schedule to start this fall and extend to a year from now).

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THE RITE OF SPRING

MARCH 22–24, 2013 | OHIO THEATRE

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The Rite of Spring

Maurice Ravel’s Rapsodie Espagnole featuring new choreography by longtime BalletMet dancer/choreographer Jimmy Orrante

Claude Debussy’s The Afternoon of the Faun featuring Amedeo Amodio's choreography

THE LITTLE MERMAID

APRIL 19–27, 2013 | CAPITOL THEATRE

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Join us under the sea for an enchanting tale of the sea king’s court, the jealousy of the evil sea witch, and the tenderness of young love. This new ballet by two-time Tony Award® nominee Lynne Taylor-Corbett based on Hans Christian Andersen’s enduring classic is sure to become a ballet classic.

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