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Helgi Tomasson's 2004 Nutcracker

The largest production SF Ballet has undertaken >>

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About Thatcher's COLORFORMS

Kinetic movement in dance, visual art, and film >>

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About Helgi Tomasson's 7 for Eight

Discover how Tomasson's 7 for Eight came to life. >>

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About Robbins' In The Night

Love and devotion >>

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About Forsythe's Blake Works I

"It lives and breathes. . . . It's always evolving" >>

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About Tomasson's Swan Lake

Ballet at it's most beautiful >>

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About Tomasson's The Fifth Season

Melodic Minimalism >>

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About Tomasson's Harmony

A buoyant celebration of dance and dancers >>

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About Possokhov's Magrittomania

Inventive. Imaginative. Inspiring. >>

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About Wheeldon's Finale Finale

“SF Ballet really is a choreographers’ company.” >>

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About Rhoden's The Promised Land

Embodying the resiliency of the human spirit >>

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About Tomasson's Prism

Clarity, classicism, and precision: Tomasson’s dance heritage >>

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About Bournonville's La Sylphide

The most beautiful way of living life >>

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About Alexei Ratmansky's The Seasons

Homage meets contemporary creative energy in this SF Ballet premiere >>

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About Don Quixote

A romantic comedy done ballet style >>

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About Balanchine's Symphony in C

Complex. Powerful. Breathtaking. >>

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About Tomasson's Trio

Death, love, and remembrance >>

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Reconsidering Mrs. Robinson

Cathy Marston's world premiere reconsiders the character of Mrs. Robinson from The Graduate >>

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About Tomasson's Caprice

"Be more daring. Be joyous." >>

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About Balanchine's Serenade

Balanchine's first ballet created in the US >>

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About Helgi Tomasson's Romeo & Juliet

A story that transcends time, race, class, and gender >>

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About Snowblind

Bittersweet. Beautiful. Human. >>

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About David Dawson's Anima Animus

"Don't do what you know. Do something beyond. Unbound." >>

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About George Balanchine's Jewels

A ballet of emotions and contrasts >>

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About Ratmansky's Symphony #9

An homage to Shostakovich, Russia, and hope >>

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About Rowe's Wooden Dimes

Performing isn’t work. It’s a lifestyle. It’s a calling. >>

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About Possokhov’s Swimmer

An Odyssey through American Culture, Memory, and Beauty >>

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About Let's Begin at the End

Love, connection, and discord >>

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About Mark Morris' Sandpaper Ballet

Morris, musicality, and unmitigated joy >>

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About Balanchine's A Midsummer Night's Dream

Enter a magical, moonlit world. >>

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About Benjamin Millepied's Appassionata

Elegant precision becomes passionate abandon over one tempestuous evening in Appassionata. >>

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About Yuri Possokhov's Classical Symphony

A tribute to ballet training and an important ballet teacher >>

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About Trey McIntyre's The Big Hunger

"We all came to be in this place, at this moment, for a reason." >>

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About Stanton Welch's Bespoke

Discover a ballet all about loving ballet >>

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About Harald Lander's Etudes

Etudes takes dancers’ prosaic daily ritual—ballet class—and transforms it for the stage. >>

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About the Pas de Deux from After the Rain

A lifetime of emotion in eight minutes >>

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