A look behind the scenes at San Francisco Ballet's Don Quixote
Insights into the Tomasson/Possokhov Don Quixote.
Synopsis of the Tomasson/Possokhov Don Quixote
What is it? This ballet is pure fun. Inspired by Cervantes’ famous (and very long) novel, the ballet Don Quixote […]
Classical ballets are populated with all kinds of mystical creatures: sylphs, wilis, nymphs, shades, driads. If it’s a female supernatural […]
One of the distinctive features of Don Quixote’s choreography is the “Kitri jump.” In this step, Kitri jumps into the […]
For the past three years, San Francisco Ballet has partnered with Autism Fun Bay Area to provide sensory-friendly ballet workshops for children and young […]
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(Above) Ana Sophia Scheller in Don Quixote at Stern Grove // © Erik Tomasson July is an exciting time […]
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