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Huntsville Ballet announces 2022-23 season, to present Cinderella in April

Huntsville Ballet recently announced they will open the 2022-2023 season with the much anticipated HBC Unplugged, The Nutcracker, HBC Off-Stage and Cinderella. Unplugged and Off-Stage will be held at the Dream Theater in Huntsville, while the Nutcracker and Cinderella will be held at the Mark C. Smith Concert Hall at the VBC.

The Dream Theater is located on the campus of the Rock Family Worship Center, 3401 Holmes Ave in Huntsville.

HBC UNPLUGGED
October 21 – 23, 2022
Dream Theater

Includes the world premiere of the Tumbleweed Suite, choreographed by Artistic Director, Phillip Otto. Inspired by George Balanchine, this energetic new piece of choreography captures the spirit of the old west infusing classical ballet with traditional western themes and American folk dancing.

A question-and-answer session with the dancers and director will follow each performance. Additional works to be announced.

THE NUTCRACKER
December 9-11, 2022
Mark C. Smith Concert Hall

The Huntsville Ballet Company celebrates the season with their 54th annual production of The Nutcracker with special guests, The Huntsville Symphony Orchestra. This holiday classic has become an enduring Huntsville tradition.Clara’s enchanting story comes to life at the Mark C. Smith Concert Hall with Tchaikovsky’s iconic score, masterful choreography, enchanting scenic designs, brilliant lighting, and stunningly crafted costumes.
All students performing are registered students at the Huntsville Ballet School.

HBC OFF-STAGE
February 17-19, 2023

Dream Theater

The Best of Huntsville Ballet Company will feature Pas de Deux, Variations, and sections of popular works such as Stage Door Canteen, Romeo and Juliet, and more. A new work will also be presented. A question-and-answer session with the dancers and director will follow each performance.

CINDERELLA
April 14-16, 2023
Mark C. Smith Concert Hall

The Huntsville Ballet Company takes the stage of the Mark C. Smith Concert Hall in April 2023 with a performance of Cinderella. One of the most famous and beautiful ballets of all time, Huntsville Ballet Company tells the timeless story of Cinderella with majestic beauty and magical sets and costumes. Cinderella is a servant to her evil stepsisters until her fairy godmother helps her win the love of a prince. Cinderella will transport you to a land where dreams are made.

ABOUT HUNTSVILLE BALLET
Huntsville Ballet’s mission is to use the power of dance to inspire and to nurture the art of classical ballet through artistic excellence, performance experiences, and outreach activities in the community. Huntsville Ballet is growing along with the vibrant city of Huntsville, Alabama. As Huntsville’s premier ballet company since 1964, Huntsville Ballet holds a long and rich history in the art of dance. Huntsville Ballet Company brings the finest quality of dance to the region, performing ballets such as Romeo and Juliet, The Firebird, and The Sleeping Beauty. Each year, The Nutcracker offers students from Huntsville Ballet School the opportunity to audition and perform with the Company at the VBC Concert Hall.

Huntsville Ballet Company and Huntsville Ballet School operate under the umbrella of Community Ballet Association, Inc., a non-profit member of the state and local Arts Councils.

To purchase tickets or for more information, go to https://huntsvilleballet.org.

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