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Texas Ballet Theater will present Carmen, choreographed by Carlos Acosta with music by Georges Bizet, and Danse À Grande Vitesse​, choreographed by Tony Award-winning Christopher Wheeldon with music by Michael Nyman.

Co-produced by London’s Royal Ballet, Australia’s Queensland Ballet, and TBT, Carmen was created for Acosta’s home company, the Royal Ballet. Acosta’s Carmen presents a cautionary tale, one of a free spirit with an appetite for life and love who has a chance encounter with fate. Will passion be her downfall?

With 26 dancers and four couples at its core, Danse À Grande Vitesse propels the dancers through shifting physical and emotional landscapes.

 

Texas Ballet Theater will present Carmen, choreographed by Carlos Acosta with music by Georges Bizet, and Danse À Grande Vitesse​, choreographed by Tony Award-winning Christopher Wheeldon with music by Michael Nyman.

Co-produced by London’s Royal Ballet, Australia’s Queensland Ballet, and TBT, Carmen was created for Acosta’s home company, the Royal Ballet. Acosta’s Carmen presents a cautionary tale, one of a free spirit with an appetite for life and love who has a chance encounter with fate. Will passion be her downfall?

With 26 dancers and four couples at its core, Danse À Grande Vitesse propels the dancers through shifting physical and emotional landscapes.

Texas Ballet Theater will present Carmen, choreographed by Carlos Acosta with music by Georges Bizet, and Danse À Grande Vitesse​, choreographed by Tony Award-winning Christopher Wheeldon with music by Michael Nyman.

Co-produced by London’s Royal Ballet, Australia’s Queensland Ballet, and TBT, Carmen was created for Acosta’s home company, the Royal Ballet. Acosta’s Carmen presents a cautionary tale, one of a free spirit with an appetite for life and love who has a chance encounter with fate. Will passion be her downfall?

With 26 dancers and four couples at its core, Danse À Grande Vitesse propels the dancers through shifting physical and emotional landscapes.

WHEN

WHERE

Bass Performance Hall
525 Commerce St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
http://tickets.texasballettheater.org/single/EventListing.aspx

TICKET INFO

$72-$276
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