Ballet Arizona has continued to pivot its 2020-2021 season throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. This spring, while digital will still be a part of the performance mix there are also in-person performances available. Patron, staff and dancer safety remains a top priority for Ballet Arizona and the company has partnered with HealthyVerify to maintain a safe and healthy environment for these in-person performances. Patrons, dancers and staff will be required to wear masks, among other measures, to maximize safety.
Viewers of the online version will also enjoy added content like dancer interviews and other behind-the-scenes extras. In-person tickets are extremely limited and are $50 each. Digital performance tickets are $20 each and viewers will have access to watch the performance online for 24 hours.
Because of socially distanced seating measures, tickets for the in-person performances are available for purchase by phone only at 602-381-1096. Tickets for the online performances are available for purchase at http://www.balletaz.org. All in-person performances will occur at Ballet Arizonaâ€™s Dorrance Theatre, 2835 E. Washington St., Phoenix.
February 13-21 in person, March 6 online
Experience the energy of innovative new works and classical favorites from Ballet Arizona. Sponsored in part by Goodmans Interior Structures, ENERGY is a one-hour, dynamic compilation of new works from Artistic Director Ib Andersen and Dancer and Choreographer Nayon Iovino that will contrast with classical excerpts from Marius Petipaâ€™s beloved The Sleeping Beauty.
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