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Belle Redux - Studio Spotlight
Belle Redux - Studio Spotlight Thu 2/05/15 To Thu 2/05/15
At AustinVentures StudioTheater | 501 W. 3rd St.

Watch a professional dance company in action during these performance previews! Up-close, personal, and informal, this FREE event gives guests a preview of the choreography and elements from the upcoming production while it is still in the works.

Belle Redux / A Tale of Beauty and the Beast
Belle Redux / A Tale of Beauty and the Beast Fri 2/13/15 To Sun 2/15/15
At Long Center | 701 W. Riverside Dr.

Artistic Director Stephen Mills debuts the world premiere of his new ballet, featuring the romantic story of a beautiful maiden, a terrifying beast and the love and compassion that binds them forever. Featuring a new score by composer Graham Reynolds.

Choreography | Stephen Mills
Music | Graham Reynolds

Director's Choice
Director's Choice Fri 3/27/15 To Sun 3/29/15
At Long Center | 701 W. Riverside Dr.

Three stylish and engaging pieces, showcasing innovative choreography at its very best and music by both classic and modern composers.

Choreography | Stephen Mills & Jennifer Hart

Season of Innocence
Season of Innocence Fri 4/10/15 To Sat 4/11/15
featuring Ballet Austin II

At AustinVentures StudioTheater | 501 W. 3rd St.

Ballet Austin II performs a dynamic mixed repertory program giving you an up-close look at the next generation of dance talent. Featuring the premiere of Nick Kepley's Season of Innocence, inspired by Arthur Miller's classic work, The Crucible.

Choreography | Stephen Mills & Nick Kepley

Swan Lake
Swan Lake Fri 5/08/15 To Sun 5/10/15
At Long Center | 701 W. Riverside Dr.

The iconic production returns to Ballet Austin, featuring the timeless tale of love and betrayal. Audiences will revel in one of Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky’s best-known musical compositions as brought to life by the Austin Symphony Orchestra.

Choreography | Stephen Mills
Music | Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky
Live Accompaniment | Austin Symphony Orchestra

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