Texas Ballet Theatre is announcing the updated, 20-21 the season. For all the details


Texas Ballet Theater Announces the Update 20-21 Season, because of the COVID-19

A couple of weeks ago with Texas Ballet Theater (TBT) will be cancelled and the production of the Bartok/file/Positions, because of the COVID-19 in that situation. However, the increased demand for, and popularity will be the rope back, this is a mixed repertoire, at 20-21.

This has to be the work of Stevenson, and a choreographer, Garett Smith, and will run on 5 to 7 March, 2021, at the Bass Performance Hall.

He, Logan, who is the Executive Director of the, said: “We are looking forward to the new season, including the exciting new shows that we’ll be adding in the Future.” We can’t wait to get back again together with to the North Texas community, and to welcome everyone back into the theater.”

The Texas Ballet Theater (TBT) will present four productions at the present 2020-2021 season, that the functionality, performance, and adaptation responses to the impact of the Covid-19, the organization and the community.

The season will start on the 27th of November in the year 2020. withArtistic Director Ben Stevenson, O. B. E., is in The Darkness. The holiday favorite will be performed at both the Dallas and Fort Worth, Winspear Opera House, Bass Performance Hall, and the exit from the Fort Is The 27 of December, by the year 2020.

While the Nutcracker is running in the two cities, the company will also present its annual parody of the name of ” The Nutty Nutcracker. Texas Ballet Theater’s ass out of the Nutty Nutcracker at the Dallas line-up for the first time this season.

In the following, the production is a mixed-repertory performances of George Balanchine’s Serenade at the world premiere of Stevenson’s ” are crossed, and a world premiere from TBT Associate Artistic director Tim O’keefe. The music is composed and performed by the composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. This production will be performed at Bass performance Hall on 5 to 7 February 2021.

You can check the TBT website for information or to purchase a subscription: www.texasballettheater.org/tickets.


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