2018-2019 Season

Missed the subscription renewal deadline? We can help, and you can still receive seating priority. Call Subscriber Services at 617.695.6955 and talk with one of our Associates today.

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Fast, Easy Online Renewal

Renew online in just minutes when you subscribe to the full season. Renew your existing five-ballet subscription or add ballets to your current four- or three-ballet package.

Four Easy Steps

  1. Log in to your Boston Ballet account. Use the email address on your subscription renewal form.* If you don’t remember your password, click RETRIEVE MY PASSWORD.

  2. Review your prepopulated 2018–2019 subscription order/s and click CONTINUE.

  3. If you would like to request any changes, please note them and click ADD CHANGE REQUEST. Otherwise, click SKIP THIS STEP.

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Find out more about our upcoming season below.

Genius at Play (Sep 6–16, 2018)

Broadway, film, and ballet legend Jerome Robbins was inspired by three brilliant composers to create these exuberant dances. This high spirited program features two of his wildly successful early works—the jazzily-paced and theatrical Fancy Free and the colorful, witty Interplay—along with his late-career masterwork Glass Pieces.

Full on Forsythe (Mar 7–17, 2019)

You’ll want to be there to experience the innovative and utterly contemporary choreography of William Forsythe who “has taken a long and loving look at ballet’s past, and moved it into the future” (The New York Times). This program features bold, boundary-testing ballet including a brand new world premiere, the sheer joy of Blake Works I, and more.

Coppélia (Mar 21–31, 2019)

George Balanchine’s lighthearted romantic comedy of mistaken identity stands among the best-loved classical ballets. The delightful tale of a mad inventor and his oh-so-lifelike mechanical doll set the stage for amorous perplexities and slapstick humor.

Cinderella (May 10–June 8, 2019)

Choreographed by Sir Frederick Ashton, this beloved fairytale—the timeless story of a young woman overcoming hardship (and a lost slipper) to find her love’s destiny—is sure to set your heart soaring. The production sparkles with “inventive choreography, atmospheric sets, opulent costumes, and fabulous dancing” (The Boston Globe).

Rhapsody (May 16–June 9, 2019)

Three inspired artistic visions: ELA, Rhapsody in Blue by Principal Dancer Paulo Arrais, who uses Gershwin’s iconic jazzy score to capture female power to magnificent effect; Rodin, Vestris, and Pas de Quatre, a trio of emotional works by Leonid Yakobson, the influential Soviet-era artist; and Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 2, George Balanchine’s homage to the grandeur of St. Petersburg.

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The Nutcracker (Nov 29–Dec 30, 2018)

This “dazzling, dreamy Nutcracker is the granddaddy of them all.” (The Boston Globe)


A series of intimate performances at Boston Ballet's grand rehearsal studio located at 19 Clarendon Street. The studio transforms into a state-of-the-art black box theater bringing the audience even closer to the action.

20182019 BB@home performances*:
Nov 12, 2018 | Featuring the choreography of Boston Ballet Dancers
Feb 78, 2019 | Featuring BBII, Boston Ballet's Second Company
Feb 2122, 2019 | Featuring a preview of the spring season

*BB@home programming is subject to change

The audience connection to the art is what truly brings it to life.

Mikko Nissinen, Artistic Director