Choreographer Helen Pickett introduces the 4 antagonists of her ballet based on Camino Real by Tennessee Williams and explains the relationships between the characters.
Learn about how Atlanta Ballet brings the performing arts to school groups, serving over 20,000 metro Atlanta students each year.
Artistic Director John McFall is excited for the Company's artists to further explore the complexities of the characters in the preeminent ballet version of this classic.
For $35, enjoy a pre-show reception with complimentary drink and light bites and a specially discounted ticket to Roméo et Juliette at 8pm!
This year she celebrates her 10th anniversary of choreographic commissions, culminating with her first full-length ballet - Camino Real at Atlanta Ballet!
Learn how choreographer Helen Pickett and scenic designers David Finn and Emma Kingsbury are using Tennessee Williams' text to create the world of Camino Real and translate the story to dance.
Join us for a discussion on the differences of presenting the play versus the ballet and enjoy a short excerpt from Shakespeare Tavern's Romeo and Juliet.
See the 2014 Show of the Year and Couple of the Year again this February 2015 with our encore performance of Roméo et Juliette!
Check out this review of Janet: A Silent Ballet Film from filmmaker Adam Stone that will be featured on MOVING IMAGES FORWARD, the online film festival channel of the 2014 International Black Women’s Film Festival.
Choreographer Helen Pickett introduces us to the four protagonists of her ballet based on Camino Real by Tennessee Williams and how she is interpreting them through dance.