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2002-2003 Season

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Ballet Arizona

[ib Andersen, Artistic Director]

October 4-6

Divertimento No. 15 (Mozart-Balanchine)

New Andersen Ballet

Company B (Paul Taylor-the Andrews Sisters)

December 11-27

Nutcracker (Tchaikovsky-Andersen)

February 14-16

Romeo and Juliet (Prokofiev-Andersen; world premiere)

April 18-20

Prodigal Son (Balanchine-Prokofiev)

Aurora’s Wedding (Tchaikovsky-Petipa)

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Cincinnati Ballet

[Victoria Morgan, Artistic Director]

October 18, 2002

excerpts from Devils Holiday (1939) by choreographer Frederick Ashton with music by composer Niccolo Paganini,

Saint Francis (1938) by choreographer Leonide Massine with music by composer Paul Hindemith,

Gaite Parisienne - also by Massine and set to the music of Jacques Offenbach.

La Sonnambula [balanchine]

Julia Adams [world premiere]

November 15-17

Sleeping Beauty [staged by Kirk Peterson]

February 14-16

A Midsummer Night’s Dream [Mendelsson-Victoria Morgan]

Come Together Festival

March 7- 8, 2003

Trey McIntyre's Blue Until June

George Balanchine’s Concerto Barocco

world-premiere by Dwight Rhoden

April 4-6

Carmina Burana [John Butler]

Serenade [balanchine]

One additional work during the final season performance weekend is still to be announced.

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Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley

Dennis Nahat, Artistic Director

October 17-20

Polovtsian Dances [borodin-Dennis Nahat]The 2002–03 Season Starlight [Glazunov-Dennis Nahat]

Raymonda

In Studio D (music by Peter Wright)

December 11-23, 2002 (San Jose Center for the Performing Arts)

The Nutcracker. Dennis Nahat’s

WEST COAST PREMIERE

February 13-16, 2003 (San Jose Center for the Performing Arts)

Miraculus Mandarin [bartok/Flemming Flindt

Rodeo [Copland-DeMille]

Summerscape [shostakovich-Nahat]

April 3-6, 2003 (San Jose Center for the Performing Arts)

The Tempest [Michael Smuin]

May 1-4, 2003 (San Jose Center for the Performing Arts)

“A Tribute to Donald McKayle”

District Storyville set to the original music of Dorothea Freitag and the jazz of Sidney Bechet, Duke Ellington, Jelly Roll Morton, and others.

Company Premiere of Death and Eros, set to a new age score by Jon Magnussen

House of Tears, set to the Nuevo Tango rhythms of “Concerto for Bandonéon” by Astor Piazzolla.

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[Terence S. Orr, Artistic Director]

October 31 -November 3, 2002

Indigo in Motion

....on the spot, Choreography: Kevin O’Day, Music: The Ray Brown Trio

More Than A Song, Choreography: Lynn Taylor-Corbett, Music: Jay Ashby, Mike Tomaro and Dr. John Wilson Vocalist: Vivian Reed

StrayLifeLushHorn, Choreo-graphy: Dwight Rhoden, music: Billy Strayhorn, as arranged by Dr. John Wilson Music Producers: Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild

December 7-December 29, 2002

The Nutcracker (world premiere), Choreography: Terrence S. Orr, Music: Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky

February 13 - February 16, 2003

Don Quixote

Choreography: Marius Petpa and Alexander Grosky

Staged and directed by: Terrence S. Orr

Music: Ludwig Minkus

April 10 - April 13, 2003

Four Last Songs Choreography: Ben Stevenson, Music : Richard Strauss

Divertimento No. 15, Choreography : George Balanchine, Music: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

7th Heaven, Choreography: Dwight Rhoden, Music: Ludwig Van Beethoven and Johann Sebastian Bach

May 8 - May 11, 2003

Cleopatra

Choreography: Ben Stevenson, Music: Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov as arranged by John Lanchbery

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October 31 - November 3, 2002

Ramblin’ Suite, World Premiere Choreography by Diane Coburn-Bruning Music performed live by The Red Clay Ramblers

Carmen, Choreography by Septime Webre, Music by Georges Bizet

November 30 - December 29, 2002

The Nutcracker

Choreography by John McFall, Music by Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky

December 27, 2002

The Nutty Nutcracker

Choreography by John McFall Unchoreographed by the Atlanta Ballet Dancers, Music by Tchaikovsky and some other people. Rated PG-13

Where else would you see Go-Go Dancers, Batman and Robin, the Crocodile, Tinkerbell, Dracula, a mummy, random skiers, rappers, sharks, and old men racing in walkers? Only Atlanta Ballet’s The Nutty Nutcracker can bring all the high finks together in one wild evening. Last year’s premiere performance was such fun (and a success) that we have brought it back. And we’re not quite sure what you’re going to see this year. But it is guaranteed to make you laugh out loud. Nutcracker will never be the same.

March 27 - 30, 2003

Hamlet

Choreography by Stephen Mills. Music by Philip Glass

April 24-27,2003

Requiem

Choreography by John McFall, Music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

WORLD PREMIERE!

Choreography by Christian Holder, Music performed live by the New Birth Missionary, Baptist Church Choir and the Atlanta Ballet Orchestra

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[Robert Weiss, Artistic Director]

Carmen [bizet-Weiss]

September 26 — October 13, 2002

A.J. Fletcher Opera Theater

Stravinsky’s Clowns

November 7 — 10, 2002

Raleigh Memorial Auditorium

Petruschka, Pulcinella, and Jeu de Cartes, three of Igor Stavinsky’s most powerful scores, will be interpreted a new ballet by Robert Weiss with North Carolina Symphony.

Premieres

February 13 — March 2, 2003

A.J. Fletcher Opera Theater

Ballets will include new works by: Christopher Wheeldon; Donald Mahler; Damian Woetzel; Tyler Walters; Timour Bourtasenkov; and Robert Weiss.

Messiah [Handel-Weiss]

April 3 — 20, 2003

A.J. Fletcher Opera Theater

The Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen

choreographed by Lynne Taylor-Corbett and Robert Weiss

May 29 — June 1, 2003

Raleigh Memorial Auditorium

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[Karen Brown, Artistic Director]

September 13-15

A Night in Tunisia, World Premiere, choreography: Charles Anderson, music: Dizzy Gillespie; arrangement / performed by: Turtle Island String Quartet

Jinx, Choreography: Lew Christensen; Music: Benjamin Britten, performed by: Oakland East Bay Symphony; conductor: Chris Christensen

_Bamboo, Choreography: Michael Lowe; Music / Performed by: Melody of China

October 11-13

Opus 45, American Premiere, Choreography: Gloria Contreras

Music: Alban Berg , Performed by: Julie Steinberg

_Butterfly, Oakland Ballet Premiere, Choreography: Rael Lamb, Music: Morton Subotnick _

Three Virgins and a Devil, Oakland Ballet Premiere, Choreography: Agnes de Mille, Music: Ottorino Respighi, Performed by: Oakland East Bay Symphony

Untitled, World Premiere, Choreography: Dwight Rhoden, Music: Antonio Carlos Scott _

November 8-10

Mustt, Oakland Ballet Premiere, Choreography: Mario Alonzo, Music: Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan _

Four Norwegian Moods, Oakland Ballet Premiere, Choreography: Lew Christensen, Music: Igor Stravinsky

Danzon num 2, American Premiere, Choreography: Gloria Contreras, Music: Arturo Márquez, Arrangement by: Enrique Dimeque

Begegnung pas de deux, World Premiere, Choreography: Robert Henry Johnson, Music: National Radio & Television Chorus of Bulgaria, Performed by: Kitka

_Like a Samba, Choreography: Trey McIntyre, Music: Astrud Gilberto

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[simon Dow, Artistic Director]

September 26-29, 2002

Cinderella

Choreography by Jean Paul Commelin

Music by Sergei Prokofiev, Sets and Costumes by Peter Cazalet

December 13-29, 2002

The Nutcracker

Choreography by Lisa de Ribere, Additional Choreography by Simon Dow, Sets & Costumes by Zack Brown, Music by Tchaikovsky.

February 6-9, 2003

Reflections

Miroirs, Choreography by Mark Godden, Music by Maurice Ravel. MAP, Choreography by Alonzo King, Music by Arvo Part.

In the Shadows of Sinai, Choreography by Diego Carrasco, Music by Franz Schubert.

Beyond Invisible, Choreography by Lee-Wei Chao, Music from various folksong traditions.

March 20-23

Apollo [stravinsky-Balanchine]

La Bayadere [Minkus-Petipa](

May 8-11, 2002

Scheherazade, Choreography by Kathryn Posin, Costumes by Judanna Lynn, Music by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.

Paquita Variations, choreography by Petipa and music by Minkus.

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[James Canfield, Artistic Director]

James Canfield Signatures

October 12 - 19

Equinoxe

Trois Gnossiennes,

Drifted in a Deeper Land,

cq (charmed quark)

The Nutcracker

December 12 - 26.

The Nut Has Finally Cracked

December 18, 27 & 28, 2002

Moms and Dads, leave the kids at home and escape the hustle and bustle of the holiday season with OBT’s hilarious spoof, The Nut Has Finally Cracked. Imagine The Nutcracker if it were Peter’s dream and Marie’s nightmare — where the party scene goes awry, the Rat King rules and super heroes abound. OBT aficionados will recognize references to other Canfield ballets and the cast includes surprise cameo appearances by well-known Portland celebrities.

Giselle

March 8-15, 2003

American Choreographers Showcase Programs A & B

May 27-June 8, 2003

Program A

Peter Martins’ Calcium Light Night

David Parsons’ The Envelope

Trey McIntyre’s romantic Like a Samba

Trey McIntyre's Speak.

Program B

Paul Vasterling’s Seasons

Trey McIntyre'sl Aliss in Wonderland.

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[Wes Chapman, Artistic Director]

September 21-29

Something Old, Something New

Raymonda

Romeo and Juliet

Souvenançe

World Premiere - A contemporary work to be announced.

October 25-27

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow [Alan Hineline]

December 14

The Nutty Nutcracker

December 6-15

The Balanchine® Nutcracker

February 14-16

Madeline and the Red Shoes

April 25-27

Swan Lake

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[William Whitener, Artistic Director]

Oct. 10-13, 2002

Bournonville Divertissements, staged by Flemming Halby

Flower Festival in Genzano as well as the pas de six (dance for six) and tarantella excerpts from the ballet Napoli.

Afternoon of a Faun (Robbins, Debussy)

Jardi Tancat (Nacho Duato, Spanish folk songs)

Each and Every - William Whitener’s set to Francis Poulenc’s Music Concerto in D Minor for Two Pianos

December 6-29, 2002

The Nutcracker

Choreography by Todd Bolender

Music by Peter I. Tchaikovsky

February 20-23, 2003

Winter

Season of Treasures - Yesterday’s and Tomorrow’s

Chopin Piano Pieces [Chopin/Todd Bolender]

Duets [Merce Cunningham]

A World Premiere by Artistic Director William Whitener, featuring the full company and as yet untitled

Spring Mix

April 10-13, 2003

World Premiere - Untitled by Paula Weber

Handel Trio

The Still Point [Debussy-Bolender]

Cakewalk [Gottschalk-Boris]

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[Marcello Angelini, Artistic Director]

September 27-29

Lady of the Camelias

Choreography Val Caniparoli

Music, Frederick Chopin

November 8-10

Legends in the Fall

The Leaves are Fading [Dvorak-Tudor]

Duende [Debussy-Nacho Duato]

Prawn Watching [Michael Nyman-Val Caniparoli]

December 13-22

The Nutcracker

Moscelyn Larkin and Roman Jasinski, after Lev Ivanov, Music, Tchaikovsky

A Nutty Nutcracker, one time only, December 19

February 14-16

Swan Lake

Choreography Marius Petipa, Lev Ivanov, Marcello Angelini; Music, Tchaikovsky

April 4-6

A Festival of Creations

Three world premieres tba

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[Paul Vasterling, Artistic Director]

October 4 and 5

Robert Joffrey's Pas des Deesses

Salvatore Aiello's Afternoon of a Faun

Dracula [Vasterling]

December 13- December 22

The Nutcracker _

Nashville Ballet is pleased to announce that Ballerina Veronica Lynn will join her father, Kenneth Schermerhorn, music director of The Nashville Symphony, for three performances of Nutcracker: opening night, December 13; matinees Saturday and Sunday, December 14 & 15

February 7-9

RITES AND PASSAGES

"Awaiting Redemption" [Paul Vasterling]

"Giselle"

April 25-27

Robin Hood [Vasterling]

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[Marie Hale, Artistic Director]

Ocober 11, 12, 13

PBCC Eissey Campus Theater

Allegro Brillante (Balanchine)

Lento a Tempo & Apassionato (Vicente Nebrada)

Steptext (William Forsythe)

Read my Hips (Daniel Ezralow)

Nutcracker

December 23-28

Kravis Center for the Performing Arts

Jan 31-Feb 1

Sphinx (Glen Tetley)

In the Night (Jerome Robbins)

CompanyPremiere

Second Before the Ground (Trey McIntyre)

March 21-22

The Lady of the Camelias - Val Caniparoli

April 10-13

Company Premiere

Bartok Concerto by Ben Stevenson

Season Premieres

Esmerelda & End of Time by Ben Stevenson

An Exciting World Premiere

by Jimmy Gamonet de los Heros

Royal Poinciana Playhouse

May 2-4

Ash by Peter Martins

Three Preludes by Ben Stevenson

Ballet To Be Announced

Percussion for Six Men by Vicente Nebrada

PBCC Eissey Campus Theater

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