Houston Ballet

ONE/end/ONE (2011), Rush (2003), Indigo (1999), In the Night (1970)
Past event
Mar 23, 2012
Mar 24, 2012
Houston Ballet

KIDS COME FREE TO HOUSTON BALLET! For each regular price ticket, receive ONE FREE kid's ticket (up to age 17) for either of the Houston Ballet performances on March 23 or 24. Buy tickets using promo code KIDS FREE at ticketmaster or 1-800-745-3000. Save on processing fees and buy in person at the State Theatre Box Office.*

"…one of America’s most vibrant ballet companies."
The Times, London

A Minnesota Favorite

Stanton Welch, Artistic Director

Known for its visually stunning, virtuosic performances and one of the heirs to both the Balanchine and Ballet Russe legacies, the anticipated return of the beloved Houston Ballet is razor-sharp dance at its finest. Two gorgeous evenings of repertoire by the fourth largest ballet company in the U.S. will feature the best of both classic and contemporary ballet. Four pieces of choreography (three pieces per evening) include a piece anchored by a dazzling pas de deux (Rush), the first recipient of The Rudolf Nureyev Prize for New Dance (ONE/end/ONE), an examination of the vagaries of romantic relationships at warp speed (Indigo), and a beautiful and poignant one-act ballet portraying the relationships of three couples, evoking moods ranging from romantic serenity to agitation and aggression (In the Night).

ONE/end/ONE (2011), Jorma Elo

In the Night (1970), Jerome Robbins

Indigo (1999), Stanton Welch

Rush (2003), Christopher Wheeldon

Fri, Mar 23 Program

Sat, Mar 24 Program
In the Night

*Sold in pairs as a 1/2 price ticket, must purchase in multiples of 2, one child's ticket per adult ticket. Offer not valid on previously purchased tickets. Cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. Offer valid for Mar 23 and 24 performances of Houston Ballet only.



This activity is funded, in part, by the Minnesota State Arts Board
through the arts and cultural heritage fund as appropriated by the
Minnesota State Legislature with money from the Legacy Amendment vote of
the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.