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Houston Ballet's Romeo and JulietFALL REPERTORY PROGRAM

Houston Ballet’s fall mixed repertory program will showcase the best of contemporary choreographyBack after twelve years is Christopher Bruce's Ghost Dances, which movingly evokes the political upheavals of Latin America, danced to the haunting music of Inti-Illimani.  Also featured on the program is Stanton Welch’s Tapestry, a spectacular showcase for Houston Ballet’s dancers, to Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 5. Rising star choreographer and former Houston Ballet dancer Garrett Smith is also set to create  his second world premiere on the company.

At 7:30 pm on September 24, 26 October 2, 3, 2015

At 2:00 pm on September 27 and October 4, 2015


Music- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Choreographer- Stanton Welch

Costume Design- Holly Hynes

Lighting Design- Lisa Pinkham


Music- South American Folk Songs recorded by Inti-Illimani

Choreographer- Christopher Bruce

Scenic Design- Christopher Bruce

Costume Design- Belinda Scarlett

Lighting Design- Nick Chelton

Repetiteur- Steven Brett


Music- Philip Glass

Choreographer- Garrett Smith

Costume Design- Monica Guerra

Lighting Design- Michael Mazzola

Beirne, Maynard, Parsons LLP

This performance lasts approximately two hours and thirty minutes.
There will be two intermissions lasting twenty minutes each.

Performance in the Brown Theater at Wortham Theater Center, 501 Texas Street at Smith Street

Houston Ballet Age Recommendation

Artists of Houston Ballet in Ghost Dances: Photo by Jack Mitchell