Northrop Presents

The Joffrey Ballet: Of Mice and Men Rehearsal and Artist Q&A

Past event
Sep 22, 2021
Captioning
Joffrey Ballet

Experience a rare glimpse into the studios of The Joffrey Ballet during a livestream rehearsal of the highly anticipated world premiere Of Mice and Men. Enjoy this first look into Cathy Marston’s adaptation of Steinbeck’s tender tale of friendship, perseverance, and sacrifice, with an original score by Academy Award®-nominated composer Thomas Newman. Following the rehearsal, stay online to learn more about this new work during the Artist Q&A.

This event will be captioned, with other accessibility services available upon request.

 


“all that is ‘now’ in the world of ballet” —Chicago Sun-Times

“The Joffrey dancers are chic, handsome, and sophisticated” —The New York Times

“The Joffrey has never looked better” —Sarasota Herald-Tribune

“it stands to reason that history might remember Possokhov’s Anna Karenina among the canon of what will, one day, be deemed 21st century classics … there’s no doubt that [the world] is a show piece for the Joffrey, who are truly deserving of an original ballet to call their own … the ballet really showcases the depth of Joffrey’s talent.” —Chicago Tribune

“In either case, the company’s ultimate resilience as well as its growth in virtuosity is cause for celebration” —San Francisco Classical Voice

Event Details

Event Info and Access Email

  • The access links will be emailed from northrop@umn.edu to all registered attendees no later than three hours prior to the start of the livestream. 
  • Patrons who register after 11:00 am CT, Wed, Sep 22 will receive an email from northrop@umn.edu shortly after registering.
  • Please contact umntix@umn.edu if you have questions.

Event Info

Wed, Sep 22, 2021, 4:30 pm CT - Livestream
live Q&A to follow on Zoom

FREE and open to the public, registration required

Supporters

2021-22 Northrop Season Events

We are delighted to welcome you back this fall with our 2021-22 Season! This triumphant return to in-person events (while still offering some livestream and on-demand options) includes newly commissioned works, co-presentations with our partners in the Twin Cities Arts community, and multiple premieres of pieces never-before-scene in this region.