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Kennedy Center 2022-2023 ballet and dance

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The Kennedy Center just announced the 2022-2023 Ballet and Dance series: https://www.kennedy-center.org/whats-on/season-announcement/ballet-dance/


Kansas City Ballet:
The Nutcracker

NOV. 23 - 27, 2022

Kansas City Ballet’s seasonal tradition, The Nutcracker, returns to the Kennedy Center to continue our annual holiday presentation of America’s best Nutcrackers. The company’s production is hailed as “positively oozing charm” by The Washington Post, promising grandeur, laughter, and a snowfall of Christmas magic!


National Ballet of China:
Chinese New Year (A Ballet in Two Acts)

FEB. 1 - 5, 2023

With its dazzling hybrid of western ballet and Chinese culture, National Ballet of China has won a distinguished reputation for performing cherished works and original creations. The renowned company returns to thrill audiences with its luminous fusion of traditions—this time with its adaptation of The Nutcracker.


American Ballet Theatre:
Romeo and Juliet

FEB. 15 - 19, 2023

With a depth of talent and the ability to present multiple casts of dancers in leading roles, American Ballet Theatre brings Shakespeare’s tragic play of forbidden love—Romeo and Juliet.


The Joffrey Ballet:
Anna Karenina

APR. 5 - 9, 2023

The Kennedy Center celebrates the return of The Joffrey Ballet, one of the premier companies performing in America today. Looking beyond the stories we always see, the Joffrey presents a new ballet based on the novel Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy.


Scottish Ballet:
The Crucible

MAY 24 - 28, 2023

Scotland’s national dance company returns with The Crucible, bringing Arthur Miller’s classic play about the Salem witch trials to the ballet stage. Washington audiences will experience the production’s east coast premiere.


New York City Ballet

JUN. 6 - 11, 2023

New York City Ballet returns with a program of works from the classic grace of legendary choreographers George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins, and a program featuring some of today’s most visionary choreographers: Alexei Ratmansky, Justin Peck, and more.

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Thank you for posting this, California. With ABT doing R&J there next year, it’s safe to assume they’ll do it again at the Met next year too (and, they’re performing it this Met season). 

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