Romance and adventure await you in the 2021-22 Orlando Ballet season. You’ll be immersed in Mowgli’s world of The Jungle Book, delighting in the stunning sets and costumes. The holiday tradition of The Nutcracker leads you on a journey of imagination and the classic story of Giselle plumbs the depths of unrequited love. The Premiere Collection will take you places you’ve never been before: Orlando premieres of Jessica Lang's contemporary "Lyric Pieces" and Val Caniparoli's fusion of ballet and African dance "Lambarena" join the world premiere of "Visions" by artistic director Robert Hill to take you on a journey through the sublime. Choreographer-in-residence Jorden Morris returns to close the season with one of literature’s greatest love stories The Great Gatsby.
Season subscriptions are now available, with 3 ways to subscribe:
Online: Purchase your subscription through Orlando Ballet’s website: https://orlandoballet.org/performances/subscriptions
Mail: Download the print subscription form, then print and mail the completed form to Orlando Ballet Subscriptions, 600 N. Lake Formosa Drive, Orlando, FL 32803
- Call: Already a subscriber? Just call 407.418.9828 between 10:00am and 4:00pm Monday through Friday and Patron Services will assist you.
Orlando Ballet's 21/22 Season
- The Jungle Book
- October 7–10, 2021 at Dr. Phillips Center
- The story of a boy discovering his relationship to his known family, his world, and himself will be an adventure for every age.
- The Nutcracker (season add-on)
- December 3–5 & December 16–19, 2021 at Dr. Phillips Center
- This holiday tradition shares the joy of a child’s relationship to her beloved godfather, resulting in a journey of imagination.
- February 3–6 & February 10–13, 2022 at Harriet's Orlando Ballet Centre
- The classic story of unrequited love.
- The Premier Collection
- March 17–20 & March 24–27, 2022 at Harriet's Orlando Ballet Centre
- The performance will feature a mixed repertoire of two Orlando premieres and one world premiere.
- The Great Gatsby
- April 28–May 1, 2022 at Dr. Phillips Center
- The season will close with one of literature’s greatest love stories, from choreographer-in-residence Jorden Morris.