Jun 1 – 3, 2023
Thu | 7pm
Fri | 7:30pm
Sat | 2 & 7:30pm
“A company having reached a new horizon”
—The New York Times
The nation’s largest Latinx cultural organization and one of America’s Cultural Treasures, Ballet Hispánico is back after its critically and publicly acclaimed run of Doña Perón (2022), part of the first City Center Dance Festival.
This season, the Company presents a mixed bill showcasing its dancers’ eclecticism that includes, among others, a reworking of Club Havana, Pedro Ruiz's homage to his Cuban homeland; the highly electric 18+1 by Gustavo Ramirez Sansano; and a new premiere by celebrated choreographer Michelle Manzanales. Also on the program is a work originally stalled by the pandemic, a duet from New Sleep by master choreographer William Forsythe. Hailed as “a cutting-edge crowd pleaser” (The Washington Post) and “smashingly theatrical” (Chicago Sun Times), Ballet Hispánico continues to showcase and amplify Latinx voices and artists through dance and culture.
Cast and programming subject to change
Photo by Rachel Neville
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