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Step into the world of dance as Brooklyn Ballet performs a Run-Through Dress Rehearsal at the Sapan Greenport Theatre. The program is the result of choreography developed during a three-week residency on the North Fork.  Join us for this very special matinee, offering a sneak peek into the captivating performances planned for this iconic ballet company’s upcoming season.

Under the visionary leadership of Founding Artistic Director Lynn Parkerson, Brooklyn Ballet has forged a deep connection with our community during its residency. From interactive lectures to engaging demonstrations at our local public schools and senior living communities, the professional dancers and teachers have made ballet’s elegance and discipline accessible and enjoyable to diverse audiences. By embracing the dynamic interplay between ballet and street dance, Brooklyn Ballet pioneers a transformative approach to classical performance, enriching their expressive palette through collaborative exploration.

For just $10, immerse yourself in the beauty and artistry of ballet as you witness the culmination of this residency. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience the magic of dance and support Brooklyn Ballet’s mission of fostering community engagement through the power of movement.

Refreshments will be available for purchase at concessions. Reserve your ticket now and be part of this unforgettable event.

We are dedicated to ensuring accessibility for all members of our community, including those who use wheelchairs. While we work towards this goal, please note that Theater 1 is not currently wheelchair accessible. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Rest assured, we are actively fundraising and remain steadfast in our commitment to achieving full wheelchair accessibility throughout our venue by 2025. Your patience and support are greatly appreciated as we strive to make our space inclusive and welcoming for everyone.

Brooklyn Ballet’s residency is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.