2024-2025 SEASON

the sleeping beauty

October 4–13, 2024
Step into a dreamland where classical sensibility meets storybook magic as Colorado Ballet presents The Sleeping Beauty. A fairy tale romance that culminates in the power of true love’s kiss, this iconic masterpiece dazzles with breathtaking variations, sumptuous sets and costumes, and Tchaikovsky’s enchanting score performed live by the Colorado Ballet Orchestra.


November 30–December 29, 2024
Fan-favorite ballet The Nutcracker returns to Denver, featuring the company’s custom-made sets and costumes which debuted in 2021. The Nutcracker is a festive, family-friendly production that has become synonymous with the spirit of holiday season and sees sold-out performances year after year. In alignment with Colorado Ballet’s mission to increase accessibility and grow a diverse audience base, a public sensory-friendly performance of The Nutcracker will be presented for the third year in a row. 


January 31-February 9, 2025
Indulge in the scandalous allure of Giacomo Casanova’s legendary escapades in Kenneth Tindall’s new ballet, Casanova. A Rocky Mountain regional premiere, Casanova explores the decadent proclivities of the infamous, fabled romantic through bold choreography, iconic Venetian masquerades, and a passionate narrative set to the music of Kerry Muzzey. May contain mature content.


March 7–16, 2025
Follow Colorado Ballet down the rabbit hole for Septime Webre’s acclaimed ballet, ALICE (in wonderland). Infused with humor, whimsy, and athleticism, ALICE (in wonderland) promises an extraordinary journey that reimagines Lewis Carroll’s classic tale in a way that is as enchanting as it is exhilarating—complete with composer Matthew Pierce’s buoyant score, larger-than-life sets and costumes, and a host of magical characters.


April 11–20, 2025
Colorado Ballet’s annual repertory production returns with a captivating trio of powerhouse masterpieces that put artistic excellence and innovation on full display—George Balanchine’s Serenade, Jirí Kylián’s Petite Mort, and Twyla Tharp’s In the Upper Room.

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