Want to channel your inner ballerina? Check out a few of these upcoming winter dance events in Boston.
'Close to Chuck' The production showcases three contemporary ballets, including the return of Jiří Kylián’s Bella Figura, the company premiere of Resident Choreographer Jorma Elo’s C. to. C (Close to Chuck), and a World Premiere by José Martinez, former Paris Opera étoile. “Jorma Elo and Jiři Kylián, struck a resounding chord,” writes The Patriot Ledger.
Feb. 20-Mar. 2. $29-$137. The Boston Opera House, 539 Washington Street, Boston. 617-695-6955. www.bostonballet.org
‘Cinderella’ With choreography by Sir Frederick Ashton, and music from Sergei Prokofiev, the Boston Ballet will premiere “Cinderella,” in a three act ballet. The classic fairytale weaves magic and enchantment into a story about a young girl who wants nothing more than to spend an evening at the ball.
March 13-23. $29-$142. The Boston Opera House, 539 Washington Street, Boston. 617-695-6955. www.bostonballet.org
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