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“Le Corsaire” en pointe in season opener

“Le Corsaire” en pointe in season opener

Felicity Otterbein and Kendra Huber

November 2, 2016

Ivan Liska’s production of “Le Corsaire” encompassed the essence of both the poetry of dance and the power of character. Held at the Boston Opera House, the Boston Ballet kicked off the 2016-17 season with the North American premier of Liska’s version of this epic story, which embodied action...

‘Shades of Sound’ colors Boston Ballet’s new performance

March 25, 2015

By Abbey Wilson Home to the annual dazzling holiday show, “The Nutcracker,” the Opera House is hosting the Boston Ballet’s latest spring production series, “Shades of Sounds,” which displays the company’s iconic and magnificent musicality and exhilarating choreography. The repertoire,...

Boston Ballet presents lastest installment, Close to Chuck

Boston Ballet presents lastest installment, Close to Chuck

Soleil Barros

February 26, 2014

As people removed their winter coats on a rainy evening, there was apparent excitement as the ushers directed attendees to their seat. Presenting three different performances, the Boston Ballet has introduced its latest installment Close to Chuck located at the Boston Opera House in the famed Theatre...

Boston Ballet presents Mikko Nissinen’s The Nutcracker

December 19, 2012

Annie Walsh  Journal Staff As you take a seat in the Boston Opera House, the walls around you soon seem to dissolve as you enter a fantasy dream world and become enthralled in the story that comes alive through the dancers. It is said that a great performance has a touch of magic that makes it ph...

Boston Ballet presents First Fall Program Performance

November 7, 2012

Anne Walsh  Journal Contributor When you think of The Boston Ballet does the image of bun heads, pink tights and tutus come in your head? Well think again. The Boston Ballet’s new fall program is far from it. They opened their 2012-2013 season with a three-piece set within one show. Each setti...

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