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Atlanta Ballet Gennadi Nedvigin | Artistic Director

Atlanta Ballet Gennadi Nedvigin | Artistic Director

Atlanta Ballet 2 presents The Swan Princess

Atlanta Ballet 2 presents The Swan Princess

Illustration by Jade Orlando.

April 10-12, 2020 | Ticket sales suspended until further notice. The Swan Princess

  • Choreography by Bruce Wells
Ticket sales for The Swan Princess are suspended until further notice.


Sandy Spring Performing Arts Center at City Springs

Friday, April 10, 2020 at 7pm
Saturday, April 11, 2020 at 1pm & 4:30pm
Sunday, April 12, 2020 at 3pm

This production of The Swan Princess features all of the mystery and magic of the beloved classic Swan Lake, but fits the treasured story into a format for children that serves as a perfect introduction to ballet. Will Prince Siegfried be able to save Odette, the beautiful Swan Princess, from the reaches of the wicked Von Rothbart? Our shortened family version may be designed for our youngest audience members, ages 12 and under, but this dazzling production can be enjoyed by children and adults alike.

The show also includes a brief intermission. Estimated full run time is 1 hour and 35 minutes.

  • Venue
    Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center's Byers Theatre

    The Byers Theatre is the primary performance space in the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center. The theatre features excellent sight lines, with seating for 1,070 on three levels, including box seats. Superb acoustics, a full orchestra pit, and fly loft make the theatre an ideal venue for a variety of performance events. 

    Location & Parking
    The Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center is located off of I-285 between Mount Vernon Highway and Johnson Ferry Road in Sandy Springs, Georgia. Ample parking is available with approximately 1,125 parking spaces on site, 750 of those in an underground parking deck. The parking garage entrance is off of Galambos Way at Mount Vernon and extends under the City Green. Event self-parking is available for $5 and valet for $10, starting two hours prior to the performance. If you enter the parking garage before the two hour mark, you will be charged the hourly rate. When you exit the parking garage, be sure to walk towards the theater entrance on the east side of the building. If you are facing the building with your back towards Mt. Vernon Hwy, it will be the last entrance on the right. Click here for a list of restaurants and retail stores in the City Springs complex.

    Ticketing
    If you received your tickets via email, please print them out and bring them with you to the theatre. Tickets on mobile devices will not be accepted. Tickets held at the box office will be available at the will call window starting two hours prior to the performance. Please bring your photo ID; staff cannot release tickets to a person whose name is not on the ticket envelope. Atlanta Ballet staff will be available at the box office to assist you. Doors to the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center open one hour prior to the performance. Once you enter the theatre, there is no reentry.

    Venue Policies
    The Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center is a smoke-free campus. There is no reentry permitted through the outside entrance of the theatre.

  • Group Discounts

    Community and Corporate Group Tickets

    It only takes 10 people to benefit from Atlanta Ballet's Group Sales program.  With our fast, friendly, and convenient service, you can secure the best seats in the house in no time at all. Groups save up to 20% on regular prices!

    Click here for details and to submit a request to Group Sales Manager Myredith Gonzales.

    Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education's Kids In Step for School Groups

    The Centre for Dance Education's Kids In Step program is designed to bring dance to the school-age child. For more information on weekday performances for accredited school groups and registered home schools, please visit our Kids In Step page.

  • Seating Chart

    Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center's Byers Theatre

  • Choreographer

    Bruce Wells, Choreographer

    Bruce Wells is an internationally acclaimed choreographer who began his career with George Balanchine’s New York City Ballet. Following this, he was the resident choreographer for Connecticut Ballet, Boston Ballet, and Pittsburgh Ballet Theater. In addition, Mr. Wells' ballets appear in the repertory of The Australian Ballet, Dance Theater of Harlem, Atlanta Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Ballet Chicago, Milwaukee Ballet, Nashville Ballet, Nevada Dance Theater, and, most recently, Kansas City Ballet. Mr. Wells has taught for the schools of Boston Ballet, Oregon Ballet Theater, City Ballet School of San Francisco, The Vancouver Ballet Society in British Columbia, Jacob's Pillow, Kansas City Ballet, and Pacific Northwest Ballet.