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Let our dancers put a little spring in your step when they perform for you.

Join Cassandra and fellow dancers Alana, Lauren, Megan, and Mirah Ammal in celebration of new beginnings and warmer weather.

Spring Has Sprung!

Show begins on your screen at 7:00pm CT, and only one reservation per home is needed.

Payment in advance is required by 12:00pm CT, the day of the show.

Box Office Info


Price: 20.00
Date: April 17, 2021  Time: 7:00 pm

Twin Cities Ballet is excited to present a live miniature one-hour version of our new ballet, The Ruby Slippers: A Wizard of Oz Ballet.

TCB’s fresh reimagining of the iconic tale features an original adapted storyline, musical compilation, and choreography that ingeniously blends ballet, jazz, hip hop, and modern dance styles. Join Dorothy and her friends for this fun and approachable family-friendly event!

In-person theater capacity is limited, and masks are required. You can also watch from the safety and comfort of your own home with our livestream option!

TCB’s Mini Ruby Slippers
Saturday, April 24 at 2:00pm
In-person at Lakeville Area Arts Center and livestream from anywhere in the world!
$12-$15

Tickets are on sale now! http://www.TwinCitiesBallet.org

Location Info

Lakeville Area Arts Center
20965 Holyoke Avenue
Lakeville, MN 55044
952-985-4640
website

Contact Info

Denise Vogt
info@TwinCitiesBallet.org
(952) 452-3163
Dorothy helps her friend, the Tin Man, by oiling his rusty joints!

Twin Cities Ballet is excited to present our new original dance film, The Ruby Slippers: A Wizard of Oz Ballet.  Professionally filmed onstage at Ames Center, TCB’s fresh reimagining of the iconic tale features an original adapted storyline, musical compilation, and choreography that ingeniously blends ballet, jazz, hip-hop, and modern dance styles. Join Dorothy and her friends for this fun and approachable family-friendly event!

Three great opportunities to experience the ballet:

1) Mother’s Day Livestreeam Fundraising Event: Sunday, May 9 at 2:00pm

This is the premiere of the film!  While there is no cost to attend this special livestream event, we are asking and hoping for donations to help support TCB and keep it strong and vibrant. Covid-19 has caused TCB substantial financial harm, and we are so grateful for any and all donations. 

2) On-Demand Digital Streaming: May 13 – 16

We are also offering on-demand streaming of the film Thursday, May 13, through Sunday, May 16. During this time, you can view the film as many times as you like for a nominal one-time fee of just $40 per household. 

3) Special VIP Offer to Attend the Filming in Person: May 5 – 6

TCB is offering a limited number of special VIP passes that will give a unique “behind-the-scenes” look at the filming process for this new, original video production! Become a 2021 sponsor of Twin Cities Ballet at the Director Level or higher ($2500+) on or before May 3, and you can receive a special VIP Pass that permits up to 4 individuals in the same household to view the filming process in person at Ames Center on Wednesday and Thursday, May 5 and 6.  A one-of-a-kind opportunity! 

 

Contact Info

Denise Vogt
info@TwinCitiesBallet.org
(952)-452-3163

Box Office Info


Price: Free-$40
Date: May 9, 2021  Time: 2:00 pm
Date: May 13, 2021  Time: 12:00 am
Date: May 14, 2021  Time: 12:00 am
Date: May 15, 2021  Time: 12:00 am
Date: May 16, 2021  Time: 12:00 am
Screenshots from Karst, courtesy of Snow Yunxue Fu + reharsal shot with Lela Pierce

From April 26 through July 1.

The exhibition is accessible online as a series of videos recording the performances and the virtual reality artwork. A virtual panel discussion with the artists, curator and tech team will be 6–7:00pm, Thursday, June 24.

Access the videos and virtual panel discussion at metrostate.edu/arts/gordon-parks-gallery.

Refresh: The Space in Between A Screen and A Body exhibit brings immersive virtual reality experience to Metropolitan State Gordon Parks Gallery in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

Refresh: The Space in Between A Screen and A Body examines ways in which we embody virtual spaces and digital technology. This two-person exhibition at Metropolitan State University’s Gordon Parks Gallery features Karst, a virtual reality artwork by new media artist Snow Yunxue Fu, and original choreography by dancer/visual artist Lela Pierce.

Location Info

Gordon Parks Gallery
Metropolitan State University St Paul
645 East Seventh Street
St Paul, MN 55106
6512462086
website

Contact Info

zoe cinel
zoe.cinel@gmail.com
6512462086