NYCB Sleeping Beauty

NYCB Sleeping Beauty

New Haven Ballet is taking a field trip to Lincoln Center to see New York City Ballet’s production of the classical ballet The Sleeping Beauty on Sunday, February 17, 2019!

Performers scheduled to dance:

SUNDAY MATINEE, FEBRUARY 17, 1:00PM (Conductor: Capps)
PRINCESS AURORA: T. Peck; PRINCE DÉSIRÉ: T. Angle; LILAC FAIRY: Laracey; CARABOSSE: Mearns;

TENDERNESS: Dutton-O’Hara; VIVACITY: O. MacKinnon; GENEROSITY: M. Miller; ELOQUENCE: C. Von Enck; COURAGE: Nadon; GOLD: Ball; DIAMOND: Phelan; EMERALD: Gerrity; RUBY: Pereira; WHITE CAT: Segin; PUSS IN BOOTS: Alberda; PRINCESS FLORINE: Pollack; BLUEBIRD: Schumacher;
LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD: Nebres++; THE WOLF: Applebaum; COURT JESTERS: Mejia, Ippolito, Grant

Not only will we see the ballet The Sleeping Beauty performed by one of the best ballet companies in the world, we will also take a class with one of the dancers from New York City Ballet in their studios at Lincoln Center!

The fee is $225 per student. This includes: round-trip train fare to and from Union Station, New Haven, to Grand Central Station, New York, the fee to take the NYC subway to and from Lincoln Center, the ticket to see the NYCB performance of The Sleeping Beauty, the class taught by a member of the New York City Ballet Company, and lunch!

Lunch will be a box lunch, which consists of a sandwich, bottled water and cookie. We will eat before the performance.

The number of tickets that we have is limited. Payment must be received to reserve tickets, which are available on a first come first served basis. Please note payment is non-refundable.

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