Madison Ballet closes its season with a spring celebration of dance and music. Artistic Director W. Earle Smith brings to life two premieres: his own quintessentially romantic Romeo and Juliet Pas de Deux, and Las Cuatro (“The Four”), set to Astor Piazzolla’s “Four Seasons of Buenos Aires,” a dynamic interpretation of Vivaldi’s popular suite.
The company will also perform excerpts from its charming version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, with choreography by Peter Anastos (founding director/choreographer of Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo and a frequent collaborator with Mikhail Baryshnikov).
Madison Ballet’s Primavera showcases dance in its purest form—athletic, sensual, and intimate—and the 200-seat Drury Stage at the Bartell Theatre brings you closer to the artists than anywhere else.
Palladio Pas de Deux │W. Earle Smith
A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Excerpts) │Peter Anastos
Romeo & Juliet Pas de Deux (Premiere)│W. Earle Smith
Internal Divide (Premiere)│Marlene Skog
Up All Night (Premiere) │Cynthia Severt
Las Cuatro (Premiere) │W. Earle Smith
Tickets: $30 Adults; $25 Children/Seniors; $10 Student Rush (rush available day of show only)
For more information, visit madisonballet.org.