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2022-2023 SEASON

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DRACULA

October 7–16, 2022
Back by bloodthirsty demand, our season opens with Bram Stoker’s legendary gothic love story set in 19th century Transylvania. Featuring choreography by Michael Pink and Philip Feeney’s original score performed live by the Colorado Ballet Orchestra, this haunting, all-consuming cult favorite promises goosebumps. 

Featuring singers from The Evans Choir

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THE NUTCRACKER

November 26–December 24, 2022
The holiday spirit leaps to life in this treasured family tradition. Featuring breathtaking new sets and costumes for the second year, Colorado Ballet invites you to follow Clara and her Nutcracker prince on the sweet, snow dusted adventure only Tchaikovsky could score. See where the story you know by heart takes yours this year.

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LADY OF THE CAMELLIAS

February 3–12, 2023
Romance meets turbulence to tragic effect in choreographer Val Caniparoli’s gripping adaptation of Alexandre Dumas (fils)’s classic novel La Dame aux Camélias. In its highly anticipated Denver debut, this Chopin-scored tale of troubled courtesan Marguerite brings a rawness to the stage you won’t forget.

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CINDERELLA

March 10–19, 2023
The beloved rags-to-riches tale makes its grand return to delight children—and the young at heart—of all ages. Featuring spellbinding choreography by Ben Stevenson set to Prokofiev’s iconic score, the namesake character will treat Ellie Caulkins audiences to a transformation marked by romance and magic. If the shoe fits…

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MASTERWORKS

April 14–23, 2022
To close the season, a grand finale that lives up to its name. Accompanied by a live performance from the Colorado Ballet Orchestra, this monumental compilation showcases our art form in top form. Featured works include George Balanchine’s Prodigal Son, Jirí Kylián’s Sinfonietta choreographed to the stunning score of Leoš Janácek, and Bruch Violin Concerto No. 1 by Clark Tippet. This dynamic, one-of-a-kind presentation is our love letter to ballet that will leave you longing for next fall.

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