Orlando Ballet 23/24 Season
Orlando Ballet’s 23-24 golden season reflects their 50-year history, as well as the future, as Central Florida’s premier professional dance company. We hope you’ll join this celebratory season of classic, contemporary and imaginative storytelling through the artistry and spirit of dance.
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Orlando Ballet's 23/24 Season
Reflections: A 50th Anniversary Celebration including: Paul Taylor’s “Company B” & Balanchine® Ballet: Serenade
September 21–24, 2023 in Steinmetz Hall
Reflections is a celebratory launch of Orlando Ballet’s 50th season and offers a look back as well as ahead in terms of how the organization evolved from its humble start to become Central Florida’s leading performing arts organization.
Set during World War II, Juilliard-trained Taylor’s wildly popular “Company B,” is a lively yet poignant representation of good, old-fashioned American optimism set against the stark and painful realities of war.
Balanchine® Ballet: Serenade
Russian-born George Balanchine’s universally beloved Serenade, presents elegance and highly structured movement fostered by the choreographer’s renowned musicality.
World Premiere: The Nutcracker
Created by Jorden Morris, Artistic Director, Orlando Ballet
December 8–24, 2023 in Steinmetz Hall
Staying true to the traditional story of Clara’s love of her favorite Christmas gift bestowed by the town’s toymaker, Morris pairs Tchaikovsky’s classic score with entirely new choreography, creating a fresh and whimsical experience complete with giant snow globes, fancy mice, and high-flying surprises.
Christopher Stowell 's The Sleeping Beauty
February 15–18, 2024 in Steinmetz Hall
One kiss – that's all it took to awaken Princess Aurora from her century-long slumber and to meet her handsome Prince Desire. The Sleeping Beauty is timeless and cherished, which is why choreographer Christopher Stowell chose to retell through dance one of the world's favorite fairy tales.
featuring Heath Gill World Premiere; Stephanie Martinez’s “Dos Lados”; Jorden Morris’ “Deverell”
March 28–31, 2024 in Steinmetz Hall
The production begins with a world premiere by Orlando Ballet’s Rehearsal Director Heath Gill who is known for his “Confronting Genius” and “The Next Big Thing” creations. Stephanie Martinez’s “Dos Lados”, is a powerful, 13-person ensemble that performs to Spanish guitar in exploration of the idea of duality. The production closes with “Deverell”, another of Jorden Morris’ dynamic creations which premiered in 2005 in his native Canada and now in Central Florida.
U.S. Premiere: Kenneth Tindall’s Casanova
May 16–19, 2024 in Steinmetz Hall
Set in 18th-century Venice, Italy, Tindall’s lavish vision includes iconic venetian masquerades, period costumes and sets along with big choreography that tells the story of how Casanova’s plans for a career in Holy Orders got derailed by his own decadence.