SF Ballet’s Nite Out event for the LGBT community – April 4 – Program 6 + Post Performance Party

Join us for Nite Out—SF Ballet’s exclusive cultural event for the LGBT* community!

Three evenings of world-class dance, plus post-performance parties hosted by Principal Dancer Damian Smith and Corps de Ballet Dancer Shannon Marie Rugani

From left: Nite Out (© Carson Lancaster); San Francisco Ballet in Robbins' Glass Pieces (© Erik Tomasson); Nite Out (© Carson Lancaster)

SF Ballet’s LGBT Nite Out Repertory Season

Enjoy a full season of world-class dancing and exclusive post-performance parties.

  • Meet the Artist Interview—7pm  Deepen your appreciation and knowledge of dance! Learn about the choreographers, dancers, or visiting artists in these salon-style interviews.
  • Performance8pm  See below for programs and dates.
  • Post-Performance Party

    Join Nite Out hosts Principal Dancer Damian Smith and Corps de Ballet Dancer Shannon Marie Rugani, plus other SF Ballet dancers in the Dress Circle bar. Get to know our dancers, mingle with friends, enjoy complimentary cocktails, light bites, and a live DJ.

SF Ballet 2014 LGBT Nite Out Season includes:

January 31, 2014: Giselle

One of the greatest romantic ballets in the classical repertory, Giselle takes audiences on an unforgettable journey from joyous celebrations in a Rhineland village to a lush forest glade, where the spirits of young maidens spend eternity dancing away each night until dawn.

April 4, 2014: Program 6

Don’t miss the newest work by Helgi Tomasson, who has created over 40 works for the Company since becoming Artistic Director & Principal Choreographer in 1985. The program continues with the 20th anniversary presentation of Maelstrom, the first work created for SF Ballet by Mark Morris, and Yuri Possokhov’s The Rite of Spring, a gripping interpretation of Stravinsky’s masterwork.

May 9, 2014: Program 8

A collaboration with composer Igor Stravinsky, Agon is a Balanchine classic: a postmodern masterpiece showcasing the human body, while Balanchine’s Brahms-Schoenberg Quartet reveals a full range of choreographic styles and musical flavors. The program concludes with Robbins’ Glass Pieces. Set to a throbbing score by Philip Glass, Glass Pieces is a heart-stopping work pulsing with the energy of the city.

To Purchase

Enter promo code NITEOUT14 when purchasing. Once the promo code is accepted, the prices listed include your performance ticket plus the post-performance reception.

January 31, 2014: Giselle Buy tickets

April 4, 2014: Program 6 – Buy tickets

May 9, 2014: Program 8 – Buy tickets

Nite Out single ticket offer is valid for the following seating sections: Orchestra Center, Dress Circle Premium, Orchestra , Dress Circle, Balcony Circle and Balcony Center.

If you would like to sit in another section—or already have tickets to one of these performances and want to add on the Nite Out reception for only $28—just give us a call at 415.865.2000.

* Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender

Must be age 21 or older to attend Nite Out. No refunds or exchanges.
Programming subject to change.


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