Ballet Austin presents A Midsummer Night's Dream, May 8 - 10 in Dell Hall.
Romance run awry is at the heart of this playful ballet by Artistic Director Stephen Mills, based on William Shakespeare’s famous comedy of the same name. In 2002, Ballet Austin premiered this delightful work at The Kennedy Center who commissioned Mills to create it for their Youth and Family Public Performance Series. This family-friendly production, perfect for all ages, showcases Mills’ choreographic agility and his dancers’ comedic talent. Join us Mother’s Day weekend for a trip into an enchanted forest, where mortal and magical beings get mixed up looking for love while delivering loads of laughs!
CHOREOGRAPHY Stephen Mills
MUSIC Felix Mendelssohn
LIVE ACCOMPANIMENT Austin Symphony Orchestra
- This production runs approximately one hour and 50 minutes, including one, 20-minute intermission, and is recommended for all ages.
- Audio description services available for the Sunday, May 10 3pm performance.
ABOUT BALLET AUSTIN
Ballet Austin’s Core Purpose is to create, nurture and share the joy of dance through classically innovative arts and arts education programs. Within this purpose, Ballet Austin maintains a strong commitment to the creation of new work, incubation of emerging talent and integration into the community. Ballet Austin believes that the arts are most valuable to a community when supported by a network of quality education and outreach initiatives.
Questions? Call the 3M Box Office at (512) 474-LONG (5664), TTY (800) 735-2989.