Date: Friday April 10
Time: 7pm (tickets available for purchase at the door)
Location: Strand Theatre, 543 Columbia Road, Dorchester MA 02125
Cost: 11 am show is free for Boston Public Schools; $5 for 7 pm performance
Boston Ballet's annual performance at Dorchester's Strand Theatre features an exciting repertoire that includes selections from our season and original works performed by Boston Ballet's company, Boston Ballet II, Boston Ballet School, and students in the Department of Education and Community Initiatives.
A free performance for Boston Public Schools is held in the morning, followed by a ticketed evening performance for the general public. Both performances highlight the integration of our work on stage, in the studio, and in the community.
This is event is held in partnership between Boston Ballet, Dorchester's Strand Theater, the Mayor's Office of Arts, Tourism and Special Events and the Boston Public Schools.
TICKET INFORMATION: Tickets to this event are still available for purchase at the door.
A pre-show event starting at 5:30 pm will be held prior to the 7 pm performance. The pre-show event will encourage community members to "rethink ballet" and provide interactive activities for our audience. This will include the following:
- An interactive costume gallery
- A map that highlights the many countries that Boston Ballet dancers are from
- Movement is Everywhere - an interactive movement experience that inspires guests to move throughout the space indifferent ways. Hosted by Boston Ballet's Citydance program.
- "What dance means to me" mirror writing activity
- Learn more about Boston Ballet's work on stage, in the studio and in the community
… and more!
**Seating is by general admission only. If you would like to purchase nine or more tickets please call the Boston Ballet Box Office at 617.695.6955 (M-F 9:30 am - 5 pm).
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Tickets to this event are still available for purchase at the door.
Please note that there is no elevator access at the Strand Theatre. Wheelchair seating is on the Mezzanine level or the Orchestra. Those who are seated in the Mezzanine must enter through the back of the building via the parking lot. Should you require wheelchair accessible seating, please contact an usher upon arrival and they will help guide you to your seats.