Create Your Own 3- or 4-Ballet Series

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Create your own season ticket package of 3 Atlanta Ballet productions at Cobb Energy Centre. Options include La Sylphide in February, Look / Don't Touch in March, and Director's Choice in May. Or join us for 4 Ballets by adding the April production Atlanta Ballet at City Springs for our inaugural appearance at the Byers Theatre at the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center!

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La Sylphide   ·   More Info »
La Sylphide

One of the oldest surviving classical masterpieces, La Sylphide tells the story of a young Scotsman who falls under the spell of a fairy-like sylph. He follows her through the mist-shrouded Scottish Highlands, but their romance is doomed and a life together an impossible dream. August Bournonville's magical ballet is a work of ethereal beauty that pulls at the heartstrings and dazzles the senses.

Look / Don't Touch   ·   More Info »
Look / Don't Touch

An imaginitive mix of three works in March will delight and surprise, revealing the playful side of dance. The return of Alexander Ekman's witty Cacti, the Atlanta Ballet premiere of the giddy Sandpaper Ballet by Mark Morris, and a world premiere by Yury Yanowsky will leave you smiling.

Atlanta Ballet at City Springs   ·   More Info »
Atlanta Ballet at City Springs

Atlanta Ballet is excited to take part in the inaugural season of performances at the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center at City Springs. The evening program will include Return to a Strange Land by Jiri Kylian, The Premiere, a world premiere by Ricardo Amarante, and a divertissement of short works, including excerpts from ballet classics from previous seasons.

Director's Choice   ·   More Info »
Director's Choice

May's program will feature a new work by Liam Scarlett, one of the biggest stars working in ballet today, choreographed especially for Atlanta Ballet. The Company premiere of Sum Stravinsky by Kiyon Gaines and the return of Denouement by American Ballet Theatre's Gemma Bond will complete the program.