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Orlando Ballet announces 2020-21 season lineup

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Orlando Ballet (Facebook Website) has announced its lineup for the 2020-21 season, which juxtaposes vampires and dancing nut-cracking toys with boys who don’t want to grow up and Parisian can-can dancers.

This will be the first season that Orlando Ballet can host performances in their own building, the $12.5 million Harriett’s Orlando Ballet Centre.

Subscriptions for the 2020-21 season will be available for purchase beginning February 7, 2020.


Editor’s Note: The following copy was written and shared by the Orlando Ballet and not created by Bungalower staff.

“The Sleeping Beauty”
October 23-25, 2020
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Follow the story of Princess Aurora, the evil Carabosse, and charming Prince Désiré, who awakens Sleeping Beauty from her 100-year slumber. Featuring luxurious sets and costumes, Tchaikovsky’s glorious score and a cast of fanciful characters, “The Sleeping Beauty” will awaken the senses.

“The Nutcracker”
December 4-13, 2020
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Join Clara as she’s taken on a magical journey through the Land of Sweets, complete with the Mouse King, Sugar Plum Fairy, dancing snowflakes, Mother Ginger and more. Join the thousands of Central Floridians who make this production their holiday tradition; early booking is recommended.

“Moulin Rouge® The Ballet”
February 12-14, 2021
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Get up close and personal with the bohemian world of Paris in its heyday and the spiritual birthplace of the Cancan as “Moulin Rouge® The Ballet” transports audiences to the most famous cabaret in history. Choreographed by acclaimed director and choreographer, Jorden Morris, experience the explosive story of young love and rising stardom set against a sizzling Parisian backdrop.

“Icons & Idols A Mixed Rep”
March 26-28, 2021
Harriett’s Orlando Ballet Centre

“Icons & Idols A Mixed Rep” features excerpts of famous ballets including “Swan Lake,” “Don Quixote,” “Carmen Suite,” “Firebird” and more. From classical to contemporary, there will be something for audiences of all ages. “Icons & Idols A Mixed Rep” marks the very first mainstage production in Orlando Ballet’s new home, Harriett’s Orlando Ballet Centre, March 26 through 28, 2021.

“Peter Pan”
April 30-May 2, 2021
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

First the movie, then the musical and now the ballet, this full-length production choreographed by Jorden Morris will be filled with pixie dust and all your favorite characters, from Tinkerbell to the Lost Boys, to Captain Hook and his swashbuckling pirates.

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Orlando Ballet (Facebook Website) has announced its lineup for the 2020-21 season, which juxtaposes vampires and dancing nut-cracking toys with boys who don’t want to grow up and Parisian can-can dancers.

This will be the first season that Orlando Ballet can host performances in their own building, the $12.5 million Harriett’s Orlando Ballet Centre.

Subscriptions for the 2020-21 season will be available for purchase beginning February 7, 2020.


Editor’s Note: The following copy was written and shared by the Orlando Ballet and not created by Bungalower staff.

“The Sleeping Beauty”
October 23-25, 2020
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Follow the story of Princess Aurora, the evil Carabosse, and charming Prince Désiré, who awakens Sleeping Beauty from her 100-year slumber. Featuring luxurious sets and costumes, Tchaikovsky’s glorious score and a cast of fanciful characters, “The Sleeping Beauty” will awaken the senses.

“The Nutcracker”
December 4-13, 2020
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Join Clara as she’s taken on a magical journey through the Land of Sweets, complete with the Mouse King, Sugar Plum Fairy, dancing snowflakes, Mother Ginger and more. Join the thousands of Central Floridians who make this production their holiday tradition; early booking is recommended.

“Moulin Rouge® The Ballet”
February 12-14, 2021
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Get up close and personal with the bohemian world of Paris in its heyday and the spiritual birthplace of the Cancan as “Moulin Rouge® The Ballet” transports audiences to the most famous cabaret in history. Choreographed by acclaimed director and choreographer, Jorden Morris, experience the explosive story of young love and rising stardom set against a sizzling Parisian backdrop.

“Icons & Idols A Mixed Rep”
March 26-28, 2021
Harriett’s Orlando Ballet Centre

“Icons & Idols A Mixed Rep” features excerpts of famous ballets including “Swan Lake,” “Don Quixote,” “Carmen Suite,” “Firebird” and more. From classical to contemporary, there will be something for audiences of all ages. “Icons & Idols A Mixed Rep” marks the very first mainstage production in Orlando Ballet’s new home, Harriett’s Orlando Ballet Centre, March 26 through 28, 2021.

“Peter Pan”
April 30-May 2, 2021
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

First the movie, then the musical and now the ballet, this full-length production choreographed by Jorden Morris will be filled with pixie dust and all your favorite characters, from Tinkerbell to the Lost Boys, to Captain Hook and his swashbuckling pirates.