Roméo et Juliette Premieres Friday, Feb 7 - Check out the Early Press & Plan Your Visit

Excitement is in the air for the Southeast premiere of Roméo et Juliette, which opens Friday, February 7 at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre. The press is already buzzing around the production, telling you why you won't want to miss out on this breathtaking show!

Click here to read The Atlanta Journal-Constitution interview with Alessa Rogers, Atlanta Ballet Company dancer, about becoming Juliette and preparing for the role of a lifetime!

Click here for a glowing preview of the show from ArtsATL.

Click here to go behind-the-scenes with Target Audience Magazine.

Click here to read The Atlanta Journal-Constitution article, "Record-breaking ‘Nutcracker’ fuels Atlanta Ballet optimism."

Plan Your Experience with Atlanta Ballet

It's not too late to take part, and plan the perfect night out with friends or that special someone - just in time for Valentine's Day!
Get your tickets today by clicking here!

Click here to learn more about Jean-Christophe Maillot's Roméo et Juliette, view production pictures, exclusive video content, create a special show package, and plan your visit around in-theatre events planned for each performance.

Once you have your tickets, access the Experience mobile app to purchase your Atlanta Ballet Roméo et Juliette commemorative t-shirt, champagne and chocolates,* and other add-ons from the comfort of your couch at home or seat in the theatre! Just visit using your smart phone browser, register, and pick your show date and time to get started.

*Champagne and chocolates must be ordered 3 days prior to scheduled performance. Any pre-orders can be picked up before the show or during first intermission only at the designated pre-order table in the main floor lobby in front of the donor wall. You can skip to the head of the line at the Boutique to pick up your pre-ordered t-shirts before the show, during the first intermission, or up to 15 minutes after the performance.

Above image: Company dancer Alessa Rogers prepares for her role as Juliette with stager Giovanna Lorenzoni. Photo by Charlie McCullers.
Homepage image: Company dancers Alessa Rogers and Christian Clark. Photo by Charlie McCullers.