Celebrating 50 Years of Ground-Breaking Performance
Boston Ballet's 2013-2014 season marks a milestone in the history of New England's first professional ballet company. Featuring world, American, and company premieres as well as highlights from the company's diverse repertoire, this season promises to be a landmark occasion not to be missed.
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2013-2014 Season Performances:
Night of Stars on the Common September 21, 2013
Free and open to the public! Night of Stars returns to open Boston Ballet's 50 year celebratory season with an evening performance on Boston Common.
La Bayadère October 24 - November 3, 2013
Florence Le Clerc's spellbinding adaption of Marius Petipa's enchanting tale of love and betrayal returns to The Boston Opera House stage.
Mikko Nissinen's The Nutcracker November 29 - December 29, 2013
Don't miss your chance to see the dazzling new production that brought audiences to their feet.
"Elegant and theatrically striking" - The New York Times
"The dancing shines" - The Boston Globe
Close to Chuck February 20 - March 2, 2014
Close to Chuck features the company premiere of Resident Choreographer Jorma Elo's C to C, Jíri Kylián's transcendant Bella Figura, and a world premiere by Jose Martinez.
Cinderella March 13-March 23, 2014
Boston Ballet's company premiere of Sir Frederick Ashton's lavish Cinderella.
Pricked May 8 - May 18, 2014
An edgy and thought provoking production featuring company premieres of Zuska's ethereal DMJ 1953-1977 and Ekman's bold Cacti, and the return of Lander's Etudés.
George Balanchine's © Jewels May 22 - June 1, 2014
George Balanchine's reknown tour-de-force Jewels closes the season with an sparkling evening of Emeralds, Rubies, and Diamonds.
Rubies, choreography by George Balanchine ©The George Balanchine Trust. Photo by Gene Schiavone.