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Aprili 25–27, Touhill Performing Arts Center
with Springfield Symphony Orchestra

Saint Louis Ballet celebrates the energy, music, and style of the Broadway stage.

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Many award-winning choreographers have created ballets for both the Broadway stage and for ballet companies to perform on their own. Don't miss this opportunity to see Saint Louis Ballet celebrate the "essence" of  American musical theatre with these remarkable ballets that project the style, energy and rhythms of the Broadway stage.  With accompaniment by full orchestra – the Springfield Symphony Orchestra for the third consecutive year.

 

CAROUSEL (A DANCE)
BY TONY AWARD WINNER CHRISTOPER WHEELDON

 

INTERPLAY

BY TONY AWARD WINNER JEROME ROBBINS

 

WHO CARES?

BY GEORGE BALANCHINE

April 25 @ 7:00p
April 26 @ 2:30p & 7:00p
April 27 @ 2:30p
Touhill Performing Arts Center

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CAROUSEL (A DANCE)

By Tony Award Winner

Christopher Wheeldon

Music by Richard Rodgers

 

This charming distillation of Rodgers and Hammerstein's classic Carousel recalls the poignant romance and thrilling drama of the celebrated Broadway production. 

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INTERPLAY

By Tony Award Winner

Jerome Robbins

Music by Morton Gould

 

Interplay’s young dancers take part in lighthearted competition as they revel in the exuberant yet cool melodies of the ballet’s jazz-infused score.
 

Using the interplay of classical and vernacular choreography, Robbins experimented with choreographic patterns and the interactions of dancers in various formations. Morton Gould's score is full of humor and jazzy orchestration and revels in the swingtime rhythms of the 1940s. 

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WHO CARES?

By Geoge Balanchine

Music by George Gershwin,

Orchestration by Hershy Kay

Gershwin’s radiant melodies serve as the basis for syncopated group dances and balmy, romantic duets.

 Balanchine choreographed Who Cares? to 16 songs Gershwin composed between 1924 and 1931. Balanchine used the songs not to evoke a particular era but as a basis for a dynamic that is uniquely American and, more specifically, evocative of New York City: Balanchine’s choreography brings out the exuberance of city life.

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