Matthew Bourne’s productions are known for their fresh and intriguing twist on classics. Four of the most beloved New Adventures productions–Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake, The Car Man, Cinderella, and Romeo and Juliet–are available on demand in rotation through April 4. Three of the productions have never been seen on stage in New York.
This iconic and ground-breaking British dance-theater company is famous for telling stories with their own unique theatrical take. City Center is the New York home for New Adventures with past appearances including the cinematic production of The Red Shoes, the gothic take on The Sleeping Beauty, and most recently the return engagement of Bourne’s timeless Swan Lake.
Digital access, with on demand viewing for 10 days, is $15 per production.
Click here for a calendar view of Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures Festival.
New title premieres every Friday at 6pm ET
Swan Lake(Mar 5 – 14)
The Car Man (Mar 12 – 21)
Cinderella (Mar 19 – 28)
Romeo and Juliet (Mar 26 – Apr 4)
Secure your $15 front row digital seat per production and enjoy on demand viewing for 10 days per title. Share the experience with friends and loved ones by sending digital access as a gift. You can include a personalized note and choose when you would like your gift delivered via email. Please note: You will need to create a New York City Center Digital account if you do not already have one from purchasing digital access to a previous City Center program.
Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures Festival is available on New York City Center Digital in the US and Canada only.
When you’re ready to watch, log in to your New York City Center Digital account with the email and password you used to create your Digital account and select the product you purchased. There will be no lock icon on the image for your package.
Please note: Your account on New York City Center Digital may have different login credentials than your account on New York City Center.
MAJOR SUPPORT FOR DIGITAL DANCE PROGRAMS AT NEW YORK CITY CENTER IS PROVIDED BY
ADDITIONAL MAJOR SUPPORT
Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation
Photos by Johan Persson