Don Quixote & Symphonic Nonsense
New Haven Ballet School presents two ballets: the classical, Don Quixote, with music by Ludwig Minkus and Lisa Kim Sanborn's choreography inspired by Marius Petipa and Alexander Gorsky; and, the neoclassical, Symphonic Nonsense, with music by Leroy Anderson and choreography by Tom Gold.
We invite you to experience the movement of ruffled skirts and toreador capes flying. The beautiful dream is restaged, along with an exciting wedding, where the infamous pas de deux is performed.
New Haven Ballet Premiere May 8, 2014, Shubert Theatre New Haven
New Haven Ballet presents former New York City Ballet Soloist, Tom Gold's whimsical Symphonic Nonsense, featuring music by Woodbury, Connecticut native, Leroy Anderson.
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Shubert Theatre COVID-19 Health and Safety Policy: Effective April 29, 2022
With the continued, ever-evolving situation of COVID-19 infection rates fluctuating regionally and in Connecticut, the Shubert Theatre will no longer require proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test to enter the building effective Friday, April 29, 2022.
The Shubert Theatre maintains its commitment to the importance of COVID-19 vaccination and creating a safe environment for its patrons. We will maintain our current face mask policy for all events and this will remain in effect until the end of May. Face masks are required for all patrons 3 years and older and must be worn at all times except while actively eating or drinking.
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