Ballet Hawaii | 2016-2017 Season
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2016-2017 Season

The Nutcracker

A Holiday Tradition

 

2016 Save the date for performances on

December 16, 17, 18, 2016

at the Blaisdell Concert Hall

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Tickets will be available by phone: 800-745-3000 at the Blaisdell Box Office or online at ticketmaster.com

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Opening Night VIP Dinner: Details about our annual Opening Night VIP Dinner on Friday, December 16, 2016 to be announced soon.

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Season Sponsors:

 

Guest Artists Sponsor:

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Nutcracker Production Sponsors:

David and Carolyn Wilson, Rustan and Charlene Tongg

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Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo

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Sunday, January 17, 2016 at 4:00pm
Hawaii Theatre

Tickets available at www.hawaiitheatre.com or by calling (808) 528-0506

 

“The funniest night you will ever have at the ballet.” – Sunday Times

 

The original concept of LES BALLETS TROCKADERO DE MONTE CARLO has not changed. It is a Company of professional male dancers performing the full range of the ballet and modern dance repertoire, including classical and original works in faithful renditions of the manners and conceits of those dance styles. The comedy is achieved by incorporating and exaggerating the foibles, accidents, and underlying incongruities of serious dance. The fact that men dance all the parts–heavy bodies delicately balancing on toes as swans, sylphs, water sprites, romantic princesses, angst-ridden Victorian ladies–enhances rather than mocks the spirit of dance as an art form, delighting and amusing the most knowledgeable, as well as novices, in the audiences. For the future, there are plans for new works in the repertoire: new cities, states and countries to perform in; and for the continuation of the TROCKS’ original purpose: to bring the pleasure of dance to the widest possible audience. They will, as they have done for forty years, “Keep on Trockin’.”