Spring Performance 2000 to 2004

Cover, Spring 2004

Spring 2004

8 pm Friday, May 14

2 and 7:30 pm Saturday, May 15
Smothers Theatre, Malibu

A tribute to Balanchine including Serenade (performed in cooperation with the Balanchine Trust), Valse Fantaisie (1953 version), and excerpts from Stars and StripesNapoli and Harlequinade. Our youngest dancers appear in scenes from A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Young choreographer Nicole Haskins contributes her Bruch Violin Concerto to the program.

Cover, Spring 2003

Spring 2003

2 pm and 7 pm Saturday, May 17

Smothers Theatre, Malibu

Program includes scenes from Act I and Act II of GiselleJardin AnimeMasquerade, and a workshop production of Who Cares?

Coppelia 2002

Cover, Spring 2002, Coppelia

2 pm and 7 pm Saturday, May 18
Smothers Theater, Malibu

The complete ballet in 3 acts, with music by Leo Delibes.

Selected CastingJeanne Jacobson as Swanilda; Ben Schreivogel (guest artist, Sacramento Ballet) as Franz; Katie Brown or Charlotte Perebinossoff as Dawn; Renna Brown-Taher or Heather Unruh as Prayer

Ballet Gala 2002

March 9, Wadsworth Theatre, Brentwood
Alumni guest artists including Melissa Barak and Andrew Veyette of New York City Ballet, Sarah Hinman of Sacramento Ballet, Julia Cherlow of Ballet San Jose Silicon Valley

Cover, Spring 2001

Spring 2001

2 pm and 7 pm Saturday, May 19
Smothers Theater, Malibu

Includes NapoliStars & Stripes, The Dream from Don QuixoteValse FantaisieThe Young Person’s Guide to the OrchestraQuartet for Eight, Garland Dance from The Sleeping Beauty, and Yvonne Mounsey’s Classical Symphony.


Spring 2000

2 pm and 7 pm Saturday, May 20

Cover, Spring 2000

Smother Theater, Malibu

Includes Paquita variations, dances from GiselleLa VivandiereDances from FaustTarantella (music by Louis Moreau Gottschalk), and Balanchine’s Concerto Barocco.

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