Wabi Sabi is back with a series of performances at the Sautee Nacoochee Center in northwest Georgia on June 16th at 6pm during the community's Lawn Party, and at the Atlanta Botanical Garden on June 21st during Cocktails in the Garden.
Don't miss Wabi Sabi. Atlanta Ballet's new dance initiative. June 16th at Sautee Nacooche and June 21st at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.
After bringing the Atlanta Ballet debut of Petal for last season’s Fusion, Helen Pickett is back with a world premiere. Pickett’s ultimate aim is to create an authentic experience that involves the viewer and leads to a shared journey between the dancers and their audience.
Jorma Elo’s ultra-modern 1st Flash astonishes with speed and athleticism and demonstrates why he was singled out as a “talent to follow” in The New York Times’ Year in Review.
The Man In Black OPENS TONIGHT. Get an inside look at Atlanta Ballet on and off stage.
Juel D. Lane and Lisa Barrieau talk about our upcoming "The Man In Black" performances.
James Kudelka sheds some light on "The Man In Black" featuring the music of country music legend Johnny Cash.
In Moments of Dis, Atlanta-based choreographer Juel Lane examines the implications of the prefix "dis": Sometimes we become disillusioned, disrespectful, or dishonest with our personal choices in life. When we start to discern what is the truth, we can truly explore and manage our psyche.
Enjoy a 5-course prix fixe menu of Cash-inspired dishes prepared by Meehan’s Executive Chef Val Domingo at Meehan’s Public House Sandy Springs.
We wrapped up Twyla Tharp's "The Princess and the Goblin" on February 19th at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center. It was truly an honor to have the incredible talent of Twyla Tharp in our midst and we hope she returns to Atlanta Ballet sooner than later.