An explanation of the different characters in John Neumeier's The Little Mermaid
"I think, inside, all men have a side of Narcissus."
A synopsis of John Neumeier's ballet The Little Mermaid.
Reserve tickets What is it? Ballet is an art form without words. Usually. But in Lyric Voices, three choreographers—Trey McIntyre, […]
In the 1930s and 40s, choreographers were interested in finding ways to show American life on the ballet stage. Think: […]
All you need to know about San Francisco Ballet's Program 06 Space Between.
Program notes about Arthur Pita's Björk Ballet, created for San Francisco Ballet.
The Hoe-Down from Aaron Copland’s Rodeo is one of America’s most recognizable pieces of music. Why? The “Beef. It’s what’s for […]
Simple and clean, The Sleeping Beauty is the epitome of classical technique and style.
Trey McIntyre makes physical the delight and pain of remembering someone we've loved.
SF Ballet Student Matinee performances share the joy of dance with almost 6,000 schoolchildren each year.
The hops on pointe in Giselle, the 32 fouetté turns in Swan Lake—classical ballets are riddled with moments that give […]
The story of Helgi Tomasson's The Sleeping Beauty for San Francisco Ballet.
Meet Aurora, Prince Charming, and other characters from this beloved ballet.
Well before Walt Disney adapted fairy tales to film, Charles Perrault had a similar idea. A retired bureaucrat during the […]
By Megan Anderson Book Now Danish dancer and choreographer Harald Lander (1905–71) created more than 30 ballets during […]