Through Clara’s eyes, take the nostalgic and whimsical journey to the land of the sweets and around the world! Whether you have witnessed it once or dozens of times, the magic of The Nutcracker never fades. Bask in the glow of a holiday tradition that has brought joy to millions. Amplify your family’s festive cheer
The world’s most famous love story! After 25 years, Michael Smuin’s Romeo and Juliet makes a glorious return to Ballet West! Sweeping and energetic, Smuin’s version captures William Shakespeare’s humor, drama, and heartache. It is carried by Sergei Prokofiev’s dramatic score that tells the Bard’s story about two star-crossed lovers, caught in their families’ feuds.
Back by popular demand! The day after Nicolo Fonte’s Carmina Burana closed in 2017, patrons were asking when Ballet West would stage it again. With an immense choir suspended over the ferocious choreography on stage, the review were outstanding: “Beautiful, gripping, and dynamic,” declared The Salt Lake Tribune. The program will open with Jerome Robbins’
Witness the future. Experience the best of today’s new ballets that will become tomorrow’s favorites. Once again, audiences will see dancers and choreographers exploring their art form in intriguing and cutting-edge new creations. This year, choreographers from within Ballet West will create new works alongside Scottish Ballet’s Resident Choreographer Sophie Laplane, whose ballets have been