PERFORMANCES

2023-2024 Season

Diablo Ballet’s 2023-2024 Season

Join Diablo Ballet for its 30th Season of bringing the Power of Dance to the Lesher Center of the Arts! The 2023-24 Season kicks off this November, with Julia Adam’s holiday hit, The Nutcracker Suite. This February step into the romantic and enchanting, Sleeping Beauty’s Wedding; a world premiere ballet by Penny Saunders; and an encore presentation of Gerald Arpino’s festive Confetti. This March celebrate the company’s 30th Anniversary with Stars and Stripes by George Balanchine; encore presentations of ballets from company dancers Michael Wells and Amanda Farris; and the classical Pas D’Action from La Bayadere. The Season closes with a world premiere of The Firebird by award winning choreographer Brian Enos; 4 in the Morning by Val Caniparoli; and the iconic pas de deux from Light Rain by Gerald Arpino.

Performances will be at the Lesher Center for the Arts.  Season Subscriptions are available now.  Single tickets go on sale this September. 

Stars and Stripes Jubilee

March 22 – 23, 2024

Celebrate Diablo Ballet’s 30th Anniversary with Stars and Stripes by George Balanchine; an encore presentation of Forward Thinking by Michael Wells with music by Justin Levitt; Elevator Operator by company dancer Amanda Farris; and the classical Pas D’Action from La Bayadère.

The Firebird

May 17 – 18, 2024

The 30th Season concludes with the brand-new production of The Firebird by award winning choreographer Brian Enos; 4 in the Morning by world renowned dance maker Val Caniparoli; and the iconic pas de deux from Light Rain by Gerald Arpino.

The Nutcracker Suite

November 3 – 4, 2023

Diablo Ballet’s landmark 30th Season opens with the newly expanded holiday hit! Make your holidays merry and bright with Julia Adam’s The Nutcracker Suite, Diablo Ballet’s magical take on the classic. This whimsical full-length ballet will include students from Diablo Ballet School.

Sleeping Beauty’s Wedding

February 9 – 10, 2024

This February, step into this romantic fairytale with the enchanting Sleeping Beauty’s Wedding; a world premiere ballet by Penny Saunders; and an encore presentation of Gerald Arpino’s festive Confetti.