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Peter Pan presented by the Nevada Ballet Theatre

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Perfect for Mom and the Entire Family
Mother’s Day Weekend, Fly Away with Nevada Ballet Theatre

Fly with NBT through a starlit London night and headlong into a magical adventure in Neverland with the 2016-17 Season Finale, Peter Pan. This full-length production will be filled with pixie dust and all your favorite characters, from Tinkerbell to the Lost Boys to Captain Hook and his swashbuckling pirates. Perfect for the entire family, J. M. Barrie’s famous tale of the boy who wouldn’t grow up is another Smith Center Premiere for NBT, choreographed by Jorden Morris and set to a diverse score. With all of its energy, humor and poignant movement, Peter Pan will delight the child in us all.

Swan Lake by the Nevada Ballet Theatre

With internationally acclaimed Cynthia Gregory staging this premiere of Nevada Ballet Theatre’s Swan Lake at The Smith Center and featuring more than 50 musicians in accompaniment, this is THE must-see performance of the season.
Nevada Ballet Theatre is honored to present the classic love story of all ballets, Swan Lake, in a full-length production with live orchestra, February 25 & 26. Set to Tchaikovsky’s glorious score, this romantic fable of ill-fated love is a beautiful, atmospheric, moving experience. 
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Swan Lake

Nevada Ballet Theatre presents Romeo and Juliet

Romeo & Juliet

Saturday, May 14 at 7:30 pm & Sunday, May 15 at 2 pm

BONUS! Insights begins 45 minutes prior to curtain on both dates and features Michael Bahr from the Utah Shakespeare Festival!

For an unforgettable experience, bring your group to Nevada Ballet Theatre’s season finale as one of Shakespeare’s most beloved tales is brought to life and set to Sergei Prokofiev’s eternal score.

Nevada Ballet Theatre’s 2015-16 Season concludes with the return of Artistic Director James Canfield’s critically acclaimed production of star-crossed lovers. Journey to fifteenth century Verona and revel in what Hal de Becker calls “an experience that engages the minds, senses and emotions of the viewers.” William Shakespeare’s most famous tale of feuding families is an epic journey from innocent love to fateful destiny, and makes for a heart-wrenching and lyrical finale to the NBT season.

Great Seats. Special Discounts. Exceptional Experiences.

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