Huntsville Ballet Company to present HBC Off-Stage Feb. 17-19 at Dream Theatre
HUNTSVILLE – HBC Off-Stage will feature “The Best of Huntsville Ballet” Feb. 17-19 presenting audience favorites from their repertoire such as The Rose Adagio from Sleeping Beauty, Pas de Deux’s from Amore and The Letter and selections from the popular Stage Door Canteen as well as a new contemporary work, Bring the Rain by Huntsville Ballet’s own, Gina Guerrera.
Artistic Director, Phillip Otto will also premiere the recreation of Pure Line set to the beautiful music of Serenade for Strings.
Each performance will conclude with the opportunity to meet and ask questions of the dancers in the up-close and informal setting of the Dream Theatre.
“In December, we presented The Nutcracker to the largest audiences in Huntsville Ballet history. We’re excited to thank our patrons by presenting these audience favorites,” said Artistic Director, Phillip Otto.
The mission of Huntsville Ballet is to preserve and teach the classical art of ballet; to bring the artistry of classical and contemporary dance to the Huntsville community and beyond through performances, education and outreach programs. Our vision is to be North Alabama’s source and ambassador of extraordinary ballet experiences that give life to the classical tradition, nurture new ideas and empower children with a lifelong love for the arts.
For more information, go to huntsvilleballet.org. You can also find information about HBC’s upcoming presentation of Cinderella, which will be held April 14-16 in the VBC’s Mark C. Smith Concert Hall.
SHOWTIMES FOR HBC UNPLUGGED
Friday Feb 17 @ 7:30PM
Saturday Feb 18 @ 2:00PM
Saturday Feb 18 @ 7:30PM
Sunday Feb 19 @ 3:00PM
3401 Holmes Ave, Huntsville