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The National Ballet of Canada

The National Ballet of Canada, Justin Peck, James Kudelka, Alexander Ekman

Paz de la Jolla & The Man in Black with Cacti

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
June 16-22 juin 2018
16, 20-22 @ 7:30 | 19:30. No performances on March 18, 19 | Il n'y a pas de spectacle les 18, 19 mars.
Ballet

 
The National Ballet of Canada, Robert Lepage, Guillaume Côté

Frame by Frame

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
June 1-10 juin 2018
1, 2, 6-9 @ 7:30 | 19:30
Ballet

The National Ballet of Canada

The Sleeping Beauty

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
March 8-18 mars 2018
8-10, 13-17 @7:30 | 19:30. No performance on March 12 | Il n'y a pas de spectacle le 12 mars.
Ballet

The National Ballet of Canada, Robert Binet, James Kudelka, Crystal Pite

Made in Canada

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
February 28-4 mars 2018
Wed-Sat @ 7:30 | mercredi-samedi @ 19:30
Ballet

Guillaume Côté with Artists of the Ballet in Nijinsky / Photo by Aleksandar Antonijevic
 
Emerging Arts Critics Programme

A Magical Madness: Nijinsky

By Eve van Eeden

Aristotle once said: “No great genius ever existed without a touch of madness”. Celebrating the man who personified this expression, Nijinsky is brought to life by The National Ballet of Canada.

Guillaume Côté and Heather Ogden in Nijinsky / Photo by Bruce Zinger
 
Emerging Arts Critics Programme

Love Strikes a Chord: Nijinsky

By Wei Shen

Director Stanley Kubrick was once mesmerized by Napoleon Bonaparte. Choreographer John Neumeier’s similar obsession with “Le Dieu de la Danse”, Vaslav Nijinsky, has crystallized into the National Ballet of Canada’s production Nijinsky.

Artists of The National Ballet of Canada in The Winter’s Tale / Photo by Karolina Kuras
 
Emerging Arts Critics Programme

A Study in Contrasts: The Winter's Tale

By Jaimie Nackan

Toronto’s first snowfall of the season arrived just in time to welcome the November 10 opening night performance of “The Winter’s Tale” by The National Ballet of Canada.

Jillian Vanstone, Hannah Fischer and Piotr Stanczyk in The Winter’s Tale / Photo by Karolina Kuras
 
Emerging Arts Critics Programme

Definitive Motif in The Winter’s Tale

By Arianna Benincasa

Choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon, “The Winter’s Tale” takes a contemporary approach to Shakespeare’s comedic, romantic and tragic “problem play” about jealousy, familial bonds and love.

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