Canada's Cineplex unveiled its ballet screenings for 2014-15 today. They're showing everything the
Royal Ballet and Bolshoi are offering, including the Bolshoi's repeats and both Swan Lakes. But despite earlier promises, still no Winter's Tale.
September 24, 28 - Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty
October 16 - Manon (Royal Ballet)
October 26 - Legend of Love (Bolshoi)
November 20 - The Pharaoh's Daughter (Bolshoi, repeat)
December 7 - La Bayadère (Bolshoi, repeat)
December 17, 20 - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Royal Ballet)
December 21 - The Nutcracker (Bolshoi)
January 25 - Swan Lake (Bolshoi)
February 22, 25 - Moulin Rouge (Royal Winnipeg Ballet, repeat)
March 8 - Romeo & Juliet (Bolshoi, repeat)
March 18 - Swan Lake (Royal Ballet)
April 19 - Ivan the Terrible (Bolshoi)
May 6 - La Fille mal gardée (Royal Ballet)
Adult tickets are $19.95, which I think is less than what they cost last season, but seniors don't get much of a discount at $18.95, and savings from "bundling" and "group" tickets are insignificant: these tickets are $17.95 per show. However, children still enjoy substantially cheaper tickets at $12.85, which is a much larger discount than what is offered to them for screenings by the Met or the National Theatre. Sadly, based on my observations at least, ballet schools don't seem to take advantage of it.
Edited: as kbarber has informed us on another thread, the Royal Ballet will not be broadcast by Cineplex this season. Boo!