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701 Okeechobee Boulevard, West Palm Beach, FL 33139 United States
(561) 832-7469www.kravis.org

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November 2015
From $20

Program One

Friday, Nov 13 @ 8:00 pm

Swan Lake – Balanchine/Tchaikovsky Viscera – Scarlett/Liebermann Fancy Free – Robbins/Bernstein Swan Lake is the most famous of all ballets, its name practically synonymous with the art form. Miami City Ballet is excited to be bringing back to our audiences the glorious version of Acts Two and Four – the “white acts” – that George Balanchine created in 1951 for Maria Tallchief and New York City Ballet. More than a tragic romance, it is a timeless meditation on the universal…

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Program One

Saturday, Nov 14 @ 2:00 pm

Swan Lake – Balanchine/Tchaikovsky Viscera – Scarlett/Liebermann Fancy Free – Robbins/Bernstein Swan Lake is the most famous of all ballets, its name practically synonymous with the art form. Miami City Ballet is excited to be bringing back to our audiences the glorious version of Acts Two and Four – the “white acts” – that George Balanchine created in 1951 for Maria Tallchief and New York City Ballet. More than a tragic romance, it is a timeless meditation on the universal…

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From $20

Program One

Saturday, Nov 14 @ 8:00 pm

Swan Lake – Balanchine/Tchaikovsky Viscera – Scarlett/Liebermann Fancy Free – Robbins/Bernstein Swan Lake is the most famous of all ballets, its name practically synonymous with the art form. Miami City Ballet is excited to be bringing back to our audiences the glorious version of Acts Two and Four – the “white acts” – that George Balanchine created in 1951 for Maria Tallchief and New York City Ballet. More than a tragic romance, it is a timeless meditation on the universal…

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From $20

Program One

Sunday, Nov 15 @ 1:00 pm

Swan Lake – Balanchine/Tchaikovsky Viscera – Scarlett/Liebermann Fancy Free – Robbins/Bernstein Swan Lake is the most famous of all ballets, its name practically synonymous with the art form. Miami City Ballet is excited to be bringing back to our audiences the glorious version of Acts Two and Four – the “white acts” – that George Balanchine created in 1951 for Maria Tallchief and New York City Ballet. More than a tragic romance, it is a timeless meditation on the universal…

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December 2015
From $25

The Nutcracker

Sunday, Dec 27 @ 7:00 pm

Join Marie and her Nutcracker Prince as they travel through a winter wonderland of dancing snowflakes, sugar plum fairies and epic battles between heroic toy soldiers and mischievous mice – the perfect holiday treat for the entire family. This lavish performance – one of the only productions of George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker™ in the nation – features magnificent scenery, elaborate costumes and the magical music of Tchaikovsky. Tickets start at just $25!

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The Nutcracker

Monday, Dec 28 @ 2:00 pm

Join Marie and her Nutcracker Prince as they travel through a winter wonderland of dancing snowflakes, sugar plum fairies and epic battles between heroic toy soldiers and mischievous mice – the perfect holiday treat for the entire family. This lavish performance – one of the only productions of George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker™ in the nation – features magnificent scenery, elaborate costumes and the magical music of Tchaikovsky. Tickets start at just $25!

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The Nutcracker

Monday, Dec 28 @ 7:30 pm

Join Marie and her Nutcracker Prince as they travel through a winter wonderland of dancing snowflakes, sugar plum fairies and epic battles between heroic toy soldiers and mischievous mice – the perfect holiday treat for the entire family. This lavish performance – one of the only productions of George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker™ in the nation – features magnificent scenery, elaborate costumes and the magical music of Tchaikovsky. Tickets start at just $25!

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From $25

The Nutcracker

Tuesday, Dec 29 @ 2:00 pm

Join Marie and her Nutcracker Prince as they travel through a winter wonderland of dancing snowflakes, sugar plum fairies and epic battles between heroic toy soldiers and mischievous mice – the perfect holiday treat for the entire family. This lavish performance – one of the only productions of George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker™ in the nation – features magnificent scenery, elaborate costumes and the magical music of Tchaikovsky. Tickets start at just $25!

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From $25

The Nutcracker

Tuesday, Dec 29 @ 7:30 pm

Join Marie and her Nutcracker Prince as they travel through a winter wonderland of dancing snowflakes, sugar plum fairies and epic battles between heroic toy soldiers and mischievous mice – the perfect holiday treat for the entire family. This lavish performance – one of the only productions of George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker™ in the nation – features magnificent scenery, elaborate costumes and the magical music of Tchaikovsky. Tickets start at just $25!

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January 2016
From $20

Program Two

January 29, 2016 @ 8:00 pm

La Source – Balanchine/Delibes Barber Violin Concerto* – Martins/Barber In The Upper Room – Tharp/Glass Choreographed in 1968 and set to Leo Delibes’ exquisite musical score, La Source vividly recreates the elegant milieu of 19th-century French ballet. As an example of George Balanchine’s acclaimed “pink ballets,” this charming nostalgic work continues to enchant 21st-century audiences with its subtle beauty and bravura performances. Two couples – one classical, one modern – engage in a provocative study of choreographic contrast and collision in Peter Martins’ stirring and…

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Program Two

January 30, 2016 @ 2:00 pm

La Source – Balanchine/Delibes Barber Violin Concerto* – Martins/Barber In The Upper Room – Tharp/Glass Choreographed in 1968 and set to Leo Delibes’ exquisite musical score, La Source vividly recreates the elegant milieu of 19th-century French ballet. As an example of George Balanchine’s acclaimed “pink ballets,” this charming nostalgic work continues to enchant 21st-century audiences with its subtle beauty and bravura performances. Two couples – one classical, one modern – engage in a provocative study of choreographic contrast and collision in Peter Martins’ stirring and…

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From $20

Program Two

January 30, 2016 @ 8:00 pm

La Source – Balanchine/Delibes Barber Violin Concerto* – Martins/Barber In The Upper Room – Tharp/Glass Choreographed in 1968 and set to Leo Delibes’ exquisite musical score, La Source vividly recreates the elegant milieu of 19th-century French ballet. As an example of George Balanchine’s acclaimed “pink ballets,” this charming nostalgic work continues to enchant 21st-century audiences with its subtle beauty and bravura performances. Two couples – one classical, one modern – engage in a provocative study of choreographic contrast and collision in Peter Martins’ stirring and…

Find out more »
From $20

Program Two

January 31, 2016 @ 1:00 pm

Choreographed in 1968 and set to Leo Delibes’ exquisite musical score, La Source vividly recreates the elegant milieu of 19th-century French ballet. As an example of George Balanchine’s acclaimed “pink ballets,” this charming nostalgic work continues to enchant 21st-century audiences with its subtle beauty and bravura performances. Two couples – one classical, one modern – engage in a provocative study of choreographic contrast and collision in Peter Martins’ stirring and quirky, Barber Violin Concerto, the excitement of which is enhanced…

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February 2016
From $20

Program Three

February 26, 2016 @ 8:00 pm

Year of the Rabbit* – Peck/Stevens Sunset* – Taylor/Elgar Bourrée Fantasque – Balanchine/Chabrier Alluding to the cyclical nature of life, Justin Peck’s acclaimed Year of the Rabbit channels diverse encounters through the corps de ballet in a stunningly architected array of movement. Enhanced by Michael Atkinson’s new orchestration (based on Sufjan Stevens’ 2002 electronic album Enjoy Your Rabbit), the work marks a significant artistic milestone as classical ballet transitions into the 21st century. Profoundly eloquent and deeply affecting, Paul Taylor’s masterpiece Sunset prompted the New York…

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Program Three

February 27, 2016 @ 2:00 pm

Year of the Rabbit* – Peck/Stevens Sunset* – Taylor/Elgar Bourrée Fantasque – Balanchine/Chabrier Alluding to the cyclical nature of life, Justin Peck’s acclaimed Year of the Rabbit channels diverse encounters through the corps de ballet in a stunningly architected array of movement. Enhanced by Michael Atkinson’s new orchestration (based on Sufjan Stevens’ 2002 electronic album Enjoy Your Rabbit), the work marks a significant artistic milestone as classical ballet transitions into the 21st century. Profoundly eloquent and deeply affecting, Paul Taylor’s masterpiece Sunset prompted the New York…

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From $20

Program Three

February 27, 2016 @ 8:00 pm

Year of the Rabbit* – Peck/Stevens Sunset* – Taylor/Elgar Bourrée Fantasque – Balanchine/Chabrier Alluding to the cyclical nature of life, Justin Peck’s acclaimed Year of the Rabbit channels diverse encounters through the corps de ballet in a stunningly architected array of movement. Enhanced by Michael Atkinson’s new orchestration (based on Sufjan Stevens’ 2002 electronic album Enjoy Your Rabbit), the work marks a significant artistic milestone as classical ballet transitions into the 21st century. Profoundly eloquent and deeply affecting, Paul Taylor’s masterpiece Sunset prompted the New York…

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From $20

Program Three

February 28, 2016 @ 1:00 pm

Year of the Rabbit* – Peck/Stevens Sunset* – Taylor/Elgar Bourrée Fantasque – Balanchine/Chabrier Alluding to the cyclical nature of life, Justin Peck’s acclaimed Year of the Rabbit channels diverse encounters through the corps de ballet in a stunningly architected array of movement. Enhanced by Michael Atkinson’s new orchestration (based on Sufjan Stevens’ 2002 electronic album Enjoy Your Rabbit), the work marks a significant artistic milestone as classical ballet transitions into the 21st century. Profoundly eloquent and deeply affecting, Paul Taylor’s masterpiece Sunset prompted the New York…

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April 2016
From $20

Program Four

April 1, 2016 @ 8:00 pm

A Midsummer Night’s Dream Balanchine/Mendelssohn Claudia and Steven Perles, Title Sponsors Ballet meets world-class visual art and groundbreaking dramaturgy. As a celebration of our landmark 30th anniversary season, MCB will present an innovative reimagining of George Balanchine’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Balanchine’s first wholly original full-length ballet crafted in America, A Midsummer Night’s Dream first debuted in 1962 – embodying Shakespeare’s timeless tale of love and magic, reality and illusion. Balanchine waited nearly 20 years to create this ballet, as he…

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Program Four

April 2, 2016 @ 2:00 pm

A Midsummer Night’s Dream Balanchine/Mendelssohn Claudia and Steven Perles, Title Sponsors Ballet meets world-class visual art and groundbreaking dramaturgy. As a celebration of our landmark 30th anniversary season, MCB will present an innovative reimagining of George Balanchine’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Balanchine’s first wholly original full-length ballet crafted in America, A Midsummer Night’s Dream first debuted in 1962 – embodying Shakespeare’s timeless tale of love and magic, reality and illusion. Balanchine waited nearly 20 years to create this ballet, as he…

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From $20

Program Four

April 2, 2016 @ 8:00 pm

A Midsummer Night’s Dream Balanchine/Mendelssohn Claudia and Steven Perles, Title Sponsors Ballet meets world-class visual art and groundbreaking dramaturgy. As a celebration of our landmark 30th anniversary season, MCB will present an innovative reimagining of George Balanchine’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Balanchine’s first wholly original full-length ballet crafted in America, A Midsummer Night’s Dream first debuted in 1962 – embodying Shakespeare’s timeless tale of love and magic, reality and illusion. Balanchine waited nearly 20 years to create this ballet, as he…

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From $20

Program Four

April 3, 2016 @ 1:00 pm

A Midsummer Night’s Dream Balanchine/Mendelssohn Claudia and Steven Perles, Title Sponsors Ballet meets world-class visual art and groundbreaking dramaturgy. As a celebration of our landmark 30th anniversary season, MCB will present an innovative reimagining of George Balanchine’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Balanchine’s first wholly original full-length ballet crafted in America, A Midsummer Night’s Dream first debuted in 1962 – embodying Shakespeare’s timeless tale of love and magic, reality and illusion. Balanchine waited nearly 20 years to create this ballet, as he…

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