The Joffrey Ballet 2023/24 Season that includes Wheeldon, Quagebeur, McNicol and extra

Ashley Wheater MBE, The Mary B. Galvin Inventive Director of The Joffrey Ballet, introduced the Joffrey’s 2023–2024 Season, that includes a Chicago debut of a full-length gothic masterpiece set within the daybreak of contemporary science; a blended rep program that includes a world premiere; the return of a Swedish tour de power; and a vacation custom boldly reimagined for a brand new era.

The Joffrey Ballet begins its 68th season with Liam Scarlett’s Chicago premiere of Frankenstein. Adopted by the return of Christopher Wheeldon’s enchanting manufacturing of The Nutcracker, and Research in Blue, an enlightening blended rep program with unique work choreographed by Scarlett and Andrew McNicol, rounded out with a world premiere by Stina Quagebeur. Closing out the season is the return of Alexander Ekman’s otherworldly journey into Midsummer Evening’s Dream, which is way from a Shakespearean story.

The Joffrey Ballet and Anna von Hausswolff – Midsummer’s Dream Picture by Cheryl Mann

“Our 2023-2024 season invitations audiences to journey with us by way of a number of the most attractive worlds created for the ballet, full of affection and ache, tragedy and triumph,” says The Mary B. Galvin Inventive Director Ashley Wheater MBE.

The Joffrey Ballet is without doubt one of the premier dance corporations on the earth at this time, with a popularity for boundary-breaking performances. The Joffrey repertoire is an in depth assortment of all-time classics, fashionable masterpieces and unique works.

The Joffrey Ballet and Anna von Hausswolff – Midsummer’s Dream Picture by Cheryl Mann

President and CEO Greg Cameron stated: “Since its founding, our firm has adopted Robert Joffrey’s guiding rules of making compelling performances, inspirational schooling, and inventive innovation. Ashley Wheater has masterfully curated our 68th season with productions that illustrate these ambitions by way of fashionable interpretations of traditional tales and daring new narratives. With a nod to the previous and a watch on the longer term, our dedication to creating dance accessible to everybody by way of ‘Joffrey for All’ initiatives brings fascinating storytelling to the Lyric Opera stage, the Chicago group, and past.”

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