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PNB 2014-2015 season, plus Stowell/Sendak "Nutcracker" last

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#31 Helene



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Posted 18 July 2014 - 02:12 PM

Two offers for subscribers:


1.  Order single tickets for the 2014-15 season (20% off) and "Nutcracker" (15% off) using the subscriber promo code for 2015 before they go on sale to the general public next Monday, 21 July,




2.  Using the same code, no fees through 30  31 July* on single ticket orders. 


Usually, the per-order fee is $8.


*clarified on Facebook:


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Posted 21 July 2014 - 10:31 AM

Single tickets for the entire PNB season are on sale now.  Subscribers still get free processing through 31 July with the subscriber promo code for 2015, which was sent out in email last week.
Please note:  all Saturday matinees for "Don Quixote" and "Swan Lake" (subscription and non-subscription) begin at 1pm.
Non-subscription performances, where there is great seat selection, are:
Don Quixote (second weekend):

  • Saturday, February 7, 1pm matinee
  • Sunday, February 8, 7pm (note earlier-than-usual start)

Swan Lake (second weekend)

  • Saturday, April 18, 1pm matinee

Also, Bruce Wells' superb "Snow White," danced by the PNB School, which runs two weekends in March, is also on sale:

  • Sunday, March 15 at 12:30pm and 3:30pm
  • Friday, March 20 at 10:30am (Student Matinee)
  • Saturday, March 21 at 3:30pm
  • Sunday, March 22 at 4:30pm (no "Buy" link on the website)

Special Presentations:


There are three "Jewels" presentations:  for those wanting to see all three, there is a package deal that is only available from the box office over the phone (206.441.2424).  The price is the cost of two tickets instead of three ($40 for subscribers, $50 for non-subscribers).
Tickets to individual Special Presentations are also available on sale through the PNB website:

  • Wednesday, August 20 @ 5:30-7:00 PM (Studio C, Phelps Center):  Jewels Coaching Series- Diamonds, featuring Jacques d’Amboise
  • Thursday, August 21, 2014; 6:00-7:00 pm (Studio C, Phelps Center): Wolf Trap Preview (piece by Andrew Bartee)
  • Thursday, September 11 @ 5:30-7:00 PM (Studio C, Phelps Center):  Jewels Coaching Series-Emeralds, featuring Violette Verdy and Mimi Paul
  • Monday, September 22 @ 5:30-7:00 PM (Studio C, Phelps Center):  Jewels Coaching Series-Rubies, featuring Edward Villella
  • Tuesday, September 30 @ 5:30-7:00 pm (Studio C, Phelps Center):  New York Tour Preview (selections from "Tide Harmonic," "Memory Glow," Justin Peck's new work)
  • Saturday, January 24 @ 3:00-4:30 pm (Board Room, Phelps Center):  Being Don Quixote:  A Conversation with Tom Skerritt
  • Wednesday, March 11 @ 6:30-8:00 pm (McCaw Hall):  William Forsythe Onstage (lec-demo)

Tickets for Friday Previews  can be purchased here:

  • September 19:  Jewels
  • January 23:  Don Quixote
  • March 6:  The Vertiginous Thrill of Forsythe
  • May 15:  Carmina Burana

Tickets for the Lecture Series (one hour before dress rehearsal) can be purchased here:


  • September 25:  Edward Villella
  • November 6:  Justin Peck
  • January 29Don Quixote panel discussion
  • March 12:  William Forsythe
  • April 9:  Swan Lake panel discussion
  • May 28:  Alexei Ratmansky

Free events are:

  • Pre-performance lectures before each performance (Nesholm Family Lecture Hall, McCaw Hall)
  • Post-performance Q&A's after each performance except after "Nutcracker," "Don Quixote," and "Swan Lake" (Nesholm Family Lecture Hall, McCaw Hall)
  • Previews by Doug Fullington at the Seattle Central Public Library (Microsoft Auditorium), 12-1pm
    • September 23Jewels
    • January 27Don Quixote
    • March 10The Vertiginous Thrill of Forsythe
    • April 7Swan Lake
    • May 26Carmina Burana

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Posted 30 July 2014 - 02:52 PM

Did they drop The Moor's Pavane from the Carmina Burana/Concerto DSCH triple bill?  I no longer see it listed at PNB's Web site.

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Posted 30 July 2014 - 05:05 PM

Yes. I was surprised to see "Carmina Burana" paired with two other works in the first place, because while there's no intermission, it's very long and usually preceeded by one, which is now the plan.

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