Texas Ballet Theatre announcement about the updated 20-21 season. Get all details

Texas Ballet Theater Announces Updated 20-21 Season due to COVID-19

Just a few weeks ago Texas Ballet Theatre (TBT) canceled its production of Bartok/image/Imbue because of the COVID-19 situation. But the raised demand and popularity will rope back this mixed repertoire in 20-21.

This features the work done by Stevenson and choreographer Garett Smith and will run on 5-7 March 2021 at Bass Performance Hall.

Vanessa Logan who is the Executive Director, said, “We are looking forward to the new season, including the exciting performances we are adding the Dallas. We cannot wait to come together again with the North Texas community and welcome everyone back into the theatre.”

Texas Ballet Theater (TBT) will present four productions in the updated 2020-2021 season that features add performance and adjustment in responses to the impact of Covid-19 on the organization and the community.

The season will begin on 27 November 2020. withArtistic Director Ben Stevenson, O.B.E.’s The Nutcracker. The holiday favorite will run in both Dallas and Fort Worth at Winspear Opera House and Bass Performance Hall, respectively, closing in Fort Wort December 27, 2020.

During the Nutcracker running in both cities, the company will also be present its annual parody that is named The Nutty Nutcracker. Texas Ballet Theater will ass the Nutty Nutcracker to its Dallas lineup for the first time this season.

The next production is a mixed repertoire performance of George Balanchine’s Serenade which is the world premiere of Stevenson’s crossed and a world premiere by TBT Associate Artistic director Tim O’ Keefe. The music will be composed by composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. This production will be running at Bass performance Hall on 5-7 February 2021.

You can visit the TBT’s website to get any information or to purchase a subscription: www.texasballettheater.org/tickets.