The Studio Theatre- Richmond Ballet


Oct
21 Wed
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Studio Series: October

Richmond, VA
United States
Show at 6:30 PM
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PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
Studio Series: October

Extended periods of separation and togetherness have permeated our lives these past several months, and these themes take center stage in world premieres by Richmond Ballet Artistic Associate Malcolm Burn and local choreographer Starr Foster. Burn’s new work, which salutes the renowned Le Spectre de la Rose by Michel Fokine, is set in a time of separation, when dreams are essential in our hope for a brighter future. Through the lens of dance, Foster’s premiere explores the highs and lows that so many partners, families, and friends experienced while sheltering in place together. The October program is completed by the classic pas de trois from Swan Lake, the  poignant The Waiting Room by Salvatore Aiello, and vignettes from Val Caniparoli’s charming Djangology, works that are sure to delight both past and present fans of Richmond Ballet.

Patrons are required to wear masks at all times while in the Richmond Ballet building. Visit richmondballet.com/covid for information on all of the measures we have put in place to help keep our community healthy.


Please note that a $1 Facility Fee is included in the listed ticket price.


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Oct
22 Thu
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Studio Series: October

Richmond, VA
United States
Show at 6:30 PM
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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
INDIVIDUAL: $46.00
2SEATPOD: $46.00

TICKET SALE DATES
INDIVIDUAL / 2SEATPOD Public Onsale: September 21, 2020 12:27 PM to October 22, 2020 4:30 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
Studio Series: October

Extended periods of separation and togetherness have permeated our lives these past several months, and these themes take center stage in world premieres by Richmond Ballet Artistic Associate Malcolm Burn and local choreographer Starr Foster. Burn’s new work, which salutes the renowned Le Spectre de la Rose by Michel Fokine, is set in a time of separation, when dreams are essential in our hope for a brighter future. Through the lens of dance, Foster’s premiere explores the highs and lows that so many partners, families, and friends experienced while sheltering in place together. The October program is completed by the classic pas de trois from Swan Lake, the  poignant The Waiting Room by Salvatore Aiello, and vignettes from Val Caniparoli’s charming Djangology, works that are sure to delight both past and present fans of Richmond Ballet.

Patrons are required to wear masks at all times while in the Richmond Ballet building. Visit richmondballet.com/covid for information on all of the measures we have put in place to help keep our community healthy.


Please note that a $1 Facility Fee is included in the listed ticket price.


Oct
23 Fri
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Studio Series: October

Richmond, VA
United States
Show at 6:30 PM
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PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
Studio Series: October

Extended periods of separation and togetherness have permeated our lives these past several months, and these themes take center stage in world premieres by Richmond Ballet Artistic Associate Malcolm Burn and local choreographer Starr Foster. Burn’s new work, which salutes the renowned Le Spectre de la Rose by Michel Fokine, is set in a time of separation, when dreams are essential in our hope for a brighter future. Through the lens of dance, Foster’s premiere explores the highs and lows that so many partners, families, and friends experienced while sheltering in place together. The October program is completed by the classic pas de trois from Swan Lake, the  poignant The Waiting Room by Salvatore Aiello, and vignettes from Val Caniparoli’s charming Djangology, works that are sure to delight both past and present fans of Richmond Ballet.

Patrons are required to wear masks at all times while in the Richmond Ballet building. Visit richmondballet.com/covid for information on all of the measures we have put in place to help keep our community healthy.


Please note that a $1 Facility Fee is included in the listed ticket price.


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Oct
24 Sat
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Studio Series: October

Richmond, VA
United States
Show at 5:00 PM
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PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
Studio Series: October

Extended periods of separation and togetherness have permeated our lives these past several months, and these themes take center stage in world premieres by Richmond Ballet Artistic Associate Malcolm Burn and local choreographer Starr Foster. Burn’s new work, which salutes the renowned Le Spectre de la Rose by Michel Fokine, is set in a time of separation, when dreams are essential in our hope for a brighter future. Through the lens of dance, Foster’s premiere explores the highs and lows that so many partners, families, and friends experienced while sheltering in place together. The October program is completed by the classic pas de trois from Swan Lake, the  poignant The Waiting Room by Salvatore Aiello, and vignettes from Val Caniparoli’s charming Djangology, works that are sure to delight both past and present fans of Richmond Ballet.

Patrons are required to wear masks at all times while in the Richmond Ballet building. Visit richmondballet.com/covid for information on all of the measures we have put in place to help keep our community healthy.


Please note that a $1 Facility Fee is included in the listed ticket price.


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Oct
24 Sat
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Studio Series: October

Richmond, VA
United States
Show at 8:30 PM
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PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
Studio Series: October

Extended periods of separation and togetherness have permeated our lives these past several months, and these themes take center stage in world premieres by Richmond Ballet Artistic Associate Malcolm Burn and local choreographer Starr Foster. Burn’s new work, which salutes the renowned Le Spectre de la Rose by Michel Fokine, is set in a time of separation, when dreams are essential in our hope for a brighter future. Through the lens of dance, Foster’s premiere explores the highs and lows that so many partners, families, and friends experienced while sheltering in place together. The October program is completed by the classic pas de trois from Swan Lake, the  poignant The Waiting Room by Salvatore Aiello, and vignettes from Val Caniparoli’s charming Djangology, works that are sure to delight both past and present fans of Richmond Ballet.

Patrons are required to wear masks at all times while in the Richmond Ballet building. Visit richmondballet.com/covid for information on all of the measures we have put in place to help keep our community healthy.


Please note that a $1 Facility Fee is included in the listed ticket price.


Sold Out
Oct
25 Sun
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Studio Series: October

Richmond, VA
United States
Show at 1:00 PM
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PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
Studio Series: October

Extended periods of separation and togetherness have permeated our lives these past several months, and these themes take center stage in world premieres by Richmond Ballet Artistic Associate Malcolm Burn and local choreographer Starr Foster. Burn’s new work, which salutes the renowned Le Spectre de la Rose by Michel Fokine, is set in a time of separation, when dreams are essential in our hope for a brighter future. Through the lens of dance, Foster’s premiere explores the highs and lows that so many partners, families, and friends experienced while sheltering in place together. The October program is completed by the classic pas de trois from Swan Lake, the  poignant The Waiting Room by Salvatore Aiello, and vignettes from Val Caniparoli’s charming Djangology, works that are sure to delight both past and present fans of Richmond Ballet.

Patrons are required to wear masks at all times while in the Richmond Ballet building. Visit richmondballet.com/covid for information on all of the measures we have put in place to help keep our community healthy.


Please note that a $1 Facility Fee is included in the listed ticket price.


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Oct
25 Sun
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Studio Series: October

Richmond, VA
United States
Show at 4:30 PM
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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
2SEATPOD: $46.00

TICKET SALE DATES
2SEATPOD Public Onsale: September 21, 2020 12:35 PM to October 25, 2020 2:30 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
Studio Series: October

Extended periods of separation and togetherness have permeated our lives these past several months, and these themes take center stage in world premieres by Richmond Ballet Artistic Associate Malcolm Burn and local choreographer Starr Foster. Burn’s new work, which salutes the renowned Le Spectre de la Rose by Michel Fokine, is set in a time of separation, when dreams are essential in our hope for a brighter future. Through the lens of dance, Foster’s premiere explores the highs and lows that so many partners, families, and friends experienced while sheltering in place together. The October program is completed by the classic pas de trois from Swan Lake, the  poignant The Waiting Room by Salvatore Aiello, and vignettes from Val Caniparoli’s charming Djangology, works that are sure to delight both past and present fans of Richmond Ballet.

Patrons are required to wear masks at all times while in the Richmond Ballet building. Visit richmondballet.com/covid for information on all of the measures we have put in place to help keep our community healthy.


Please note that a $1 Facility Fee is included in the listed ticket price.


Oct
25 Sun
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Virtual Performance - Studio Series: October

Richmond, VA
United States
Show at 6:30 PM
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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
$20VIRTUALTICKET: $20.00

TICKET SALE DATES
$20VIRTUALTICKET Public Onsale: August 25, 2020 1:12 PM to October 25, 2020 12:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
Studio Series: October

Extended periods of separation and togetherness have permeated our lives these past several months, and these themes take center stage in world premieres by Richmond Ballet Artistic Associate Malcolm Burn and local choreographer Starr Foster. Burn’s new work, which salutes the renowned Le Spectre de la Rose by Michel Fokine, is set in a time of separation, when dreams are essential in our hope for a brighter future. Through the lens of dance, Foster’s premiere explores the highs and lows that so many partners, families, and friends experienced while sheltering in place together. The October program is completed by the poignant The Waiting Room by Salvatore Aiello and vignettes from Val Caniparoli’s whimsical Violin and charming Djangology, works that are sure to delight both past and present fans of Richmond Ballet.

 

For patrons who would prefer to watch from the comfort of home, we are pleased to provide unprecedented access to the performance by offering virtual tickets. On the evening of Sunday, October 25th, virtual ticket buyers will receive an email with a video link, which will be available to stream for one week. Only one virtual ticket is needed per household.

407 East Canal Street
Richmond, VA
United States
The Studio Theatre is a small yet intimate theatre with about 250 seats. Our stadium style seating makes it easy to see the show with no obstructions and seamless excitement.