The Northeast Atlanta Ballet presents their 15th anniversary with the announcement of the 2011-2012 season. Mark your calendars for a remarkable season of the classics as well as some new and innovative choreography!
Ring in the Holidays with the Northeast Atlanta Ballet”s classic rendition of E.T.A Hoffman”s tale, “The Nutcracker”. Join Clara and her Nutcracker prince as they set out on a wonder-filled journey to battle the mouse king and travel through the Land of the Snowflakes and Kingdom of the Sweets to meet the Sugar Plum Fairy.
This family friendly production features the familiar classical music of Tchaikovsky played live by our resident orchestra, the Gwinnett Symphony. The exquisite costume designs of Barbara Mock and MJ Designs perfectly compliment the original lavish scenery created by Jolen Bain. This elaborate production is sure to please audience members of all ages.
The show runs November 26-28, 2011 (times vary) at Gwinnett Center. Tickets available through Ticketmaster or the Gwinnett Arena Box Office.
The Sleeping Beauty blends the beautiful music of Tchaikovsky with the sumptuous costumes and lavish scenery making the imaginary world come to life on stage.# Filled with fairies, a nasty witch, a fairytale princess and her handsome prince, the Sleeping Beauty is a magical story of love conquering all. Perfect for audiences of all ages.
Tchaikovsky”s lush score will be played live by our resident orchestra, The Gwinnett Symphony. Don”t let your family miss out on the truly memorable experience! Perfect for all ages.
The show runs March 16 through March 18, 2012 (times vary) at Gwinnett Center. Tickets available through Ticketmaster or the Gwinnett Arena Box Office.
Beauty and the Beast
You won”t want to miss the Northeast Atlanta Ballet”s encore presentation of our original ballet! Our new three act ballet, choreographed by award winning choreographer, Allison Geary. Beauty and the Beast will feature all new colorful costumes, an enchanted castle full of dancing teacups, forks and spoons and the serene French village where Belle”s story involving her father, her best friends, an unwelcome suitor, some cunning gypsies, and a prince turned beast begins.
Don”t miss this family-friendly ballet about the redemptive power of love. Perfect for audiences of all ages.
The show runs May 18, 2012 at 7:30 p.m. and May 20, 2012 at 3 p.m. at Gwinnett Center. Tickets available through Ticketmaster or the Gwinnett Arena Box Office.