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Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
135 N. Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-972-8001
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The dinner at the outdoor Patina is good, but for a snack there is a good Taco stand nearby
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I wore a nice shirt and pants.
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attended Jul 16 2010

It was Beautiful and whimsical!

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attended Jul 16 2010

Great seat! Great performance!

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attended Jul 16 2010

A disappointment. The dancing was fine, and Tchaikovsky is Tchaikovsky (not necessarily a strong endorsement), but the story was not well told. Too many set pieces, too much emphasis on costumes. Not at all in the same league as The Joffrey's...continued

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Website

http://www.musiccenter.org//events/dance_0910_abt.html

Quotes & Highlights

“One of the most beautiful sights in dance is American Ballet Theatre in full flight.” —_New York Post _

Description

Musical Composition by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Choreography by Marius Petipa*

*Additional Choreography and Staging by Kevin McKenzie, Gelsey Kirkland and Michael Chernov

The beloved story of the beautiful Princess Aurora, the evil sorceress Carabosse, and the awakening kiss of a handsome prince is certain to cast a spell on your heart and imagination.

Casting

July 15:  Gillian Murphy/Marcelo Gomes

July 16:  Paloma Herrera/David Hallberg

DanceTalks, 30-minute moderated discussions featuring dance historian Elizabeth Kaye, begin one hour prior to curtain in the Grand Hall. Light food is available for purchase.

About the Ticket Supplier: Music Center

A leader at the cultural heart of Los Angeles County, The Music Center brings to life one of the world’s premier arts destinations by creating opportunities for arts participation, enabling compelling programming and providing firstclass venues and services.

The Music Center is one of the largest and most highly regarded performing arts centers in the country, creating a cultural hub that is central to L.A.’s status as “the creative capital” of the world. Celebrated for its illustrious dance programming Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at The Music Center and home to four world-class resident companies- LA Phil, Center Theatre Group, LA Opera and Los Angeles Master Chorale – The Music Center is the place to experience the most innovative and critically-acclaimed performing arts in the nation. In its effort to extend the reach and accessibility of the performing arts, the Music Center is a national model for experiences in which people participate directly through its Active Arts® at The Music Center.

As well, The Music Center presents special productions, events and festivals for children and families, including World City at The Music Center. Each year, over one-million audience members delight in the excitement of live performances on The Music Center’s stages and enjoy free community arts events all year long across its outdoor campus.

The Music Center is also on the forefront of arts education in Los Angeles, providing arts resources to students and teachers in schools and community centers throughout the region. Approximately 500 full-time, seasonal and part-time staff members are employees of The Center and contribute to its operation and success.

The Music Center was developed as an unprecedented public private partnership with Los Angeles County. Through the support of the Board of Supervisors, the County of Los Angeles plays an invaluable role in the successful operation of The Music Center. This relationship has cemented the importance of the arts to the cultural fabric of Los Angeles.