Cinderella — January 4-6 & February 16-17, 2013
One-hour family ballet
Charming children and adults alike, Atlanta Ballet breathes new life into this classic fairytale. Let yourself be swept into the action as Cinderella breaks free from her evil stepfamily and finds her prince! A one-hour family ballet featuring Atlanta Ballet's Fellowship Ensemble.
Recommended for ages 12 and under.
Performances at Gwinnett Performing Arts Center:
Friday, January 4th at 2:00pm & 5:00pm
Saturday, January 5th at 2:00pm & 5:00pm
Sunday, January 6th at 2:00pm & 5:00pm
Performances at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre:
Saturday, February 16th at 2:00pm
Sunday, February 17th at 2:00pm
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
The Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre is the first major performing arts facility built in metro Atlanta in four decades.
Location and Parking
The Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre is located in northwest Atlanta near the junction of I-75 and I-285, at the intersection of Cobb Galleria Parkway and Akers Mill Road. Self parking is available on site for a $6 fee, and valet parking is available for select performances for a $10 fee.
Emergency Phone Number
(770) 916-2911 is the 24-hour public safety number for the Cobb Energy Centre. Please leave your seat location with your babysitter or answering service so that the house manager may find you in case of an emergency.
The venue is ADA compliant. Designated seats in various locations are available for guests with disabilities and those needing special assistance. The venue is equipped with wheelchair accessible courtesy phones, elevators, plaza ramps, wheelchair accessible ticket windows, and wheelchair accessible drinking fountains. For more information, please call (770) 916-2800.
I'm an avid fan and have attended every single show since I moved here July 2012! I need to bite the bullet and purchase season tickets.
I grew up dancing and was accepted into a company (Nashville Ballet), and know what I'm looking at. I have to say that your company's dancers take my breath away. Cinderella herself was spectacular as the title role. She was careful with her movement, in true character, but that didn't stop her from getting stuck in arabesques. Lucky duck! The fairies and ladies in the court were beautiful dancers as well!
I think I would have appreciated it a bit more if Family Ballet were billed a little more. Knowing it was an hour, I assumed it would be paired down, but I just had no idea that the set and venue were going to be what they were. It would have been very, very nice to know all that before purchasing tickets! It was still lovely, just not at all what I thought I paid for venue-wise. The long lines and late start time were unnecessary. I brought my mom, who was in town, as that's her favorite ballet and she was a little disappointed I think.
All in all, your company shows its stuff no matter the situation. Can't wait for Dracula!
Great Show! Even for little kiddos
What a nice mommy-daughter event! The dancers were amazing and the costumes were gorgeous. My 4yo daughter was mesmerized for a whole 40 minutes!!
I highly recommend it.
Perfect for 5 year olds and just long enough!
I took my daughter and four friends! They were too thrilled as they were dressed in all of their Princess garb! Outside of them asking me "are they going to talk" they had the time of their lives! I cannot wait until the next Atlanta Ballet Production!
Somewhat of a disappointment with so few dancers, and even fewer props that children would relate to. Where were the pumpkin and the mice? Dancers were very good, but choreography was rather boring.months17
Not the Atlanta Ballet
My wife and I took our oldest (5) to the performance of Cinderella on Saturday. The ballet was good for what it was, but (notwithstanding THIS page) it was never clear, until we read the program, that the performers were NOT the Atlanta Ballet Company, but their school. Prices were excessive considering this was, in actuality, a school recital. Also (please no one respond about the historical accuracy) it is a bit off-putting to have men dance the roles of the stepsisters. If you need a show with more mens roles do Swan Lake. Finally - recorded music.
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