Tag: Tulsa Ballet

  • Tulsa Ballet Review: Stepping Out of The Nutcracker Box

    Tulsa Ballet Review: Stepping Out of The Nutcracker Box

    December 18, 2020 – Tulsa Ballet Review of The Lost Nutcracker explores this holiday performance featuring choreography by Ma Cong, Joshua L. Peugh, and Luciano Cannito.

  • Tulsa Ballet Review: Making Limoncello in an Otherwise Sober World

    Tulsa Ballet Review: Making Limoncello in an Otherwise Sober World

    November 8, 2020 – Tulsa Ballet Review of Creations Reimagined, the company’s first program of the season available to watch in person or online.

  • Tulsa Ballet 2020-2021 Season

    Tulsa Ballet 2020-2021 Season

    The Tulsa Ballet 2020-2021 season has been announced and is programmed with both full-length classics and innovative new works. The roadmap of each and every one of Tulsa Ballet’s seasons is dictated by our organization’s mission statement. It reads: Preserve the tradition of classical ballet, Promote the appreciation of contemporary dance, Create works of superior and…

  • Tulsa Ballet Celebrates 50 years of The Nutcracker

    Tulsa Ballet Celebrates 50 years of The Nutcracker

    Tulsa Ballet will be performing the holiday classic The Nutcracker for the fiftieth year at Tulsa Performing Arts Center from December 7-22, 2020. There is a reason why The Nutcracker has continuously charmed the hearts of families all around the Tulsa area for 50 years. It’s not just because of the surreal magical moment snow…

  • Tulsa Ballet 2019-2020 Season

    Tulsa Ballet 2019-2020 Season

    A company that is known for presenting both classical and contemporary ballets, the Tulsa Ballet 2019-2020 season is no different. Audiences will have the opportunity to appreciate traditional repertoire like Giselle and The Nutcracker, contemporary full-length ballets by international renowned choreographers Edwaard Liang (Dorothy and the Prince of Oz) and Annabelle Lopez Ochoa (Vendetta), and new creations…

  • Support Your Favorite Ballet Organizations on Giving Tuesday

    Support Your Favorite Ballet Organizations on Giving Tuesday

    Thanksgiving marked the beginning of the winter holiday season and the heightened spirit of giving. It’s a wonderful time to take a moment out of our busy daily lives and take a break from the shopping frenzy to support our favorite ballet organizations. Here are a few ideas on how to do this on the…

  • The Scariest Ballets of 2018

    The Scariest Ballets of 2018

    With Halloween right around the corner you may be planning ideas on how to participate in the festivities. Along with trick-or-treating, why not consider heading to the theater as well? Companies around the world are presenting works that celebrate the horror, suspense, and tradition of the macabre. Especially for those neophytes who typically associate ballet with…