Upcoming Events

Gala of the Arts

The “Gala of the Arts,” is the first annual performance of Roanoke Ballet Theatre performing alongside and collaborating with local art organizations. This year’s gala will feature Roanoke City Ballet, Roanoke Children’s Theatre, Bryan and Kevin Matheson of Roanoke Symphony Orchestra, Opera Roanoke, Shenandoah Ballet, City Modern Ensemble, Washington and Lee University Repertory Dance Company and Radford University’s Dance Department. Tickets are $17.00-$22.00.

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The evening of the 26th will feature Shenandoah Ballet, Roanoke Children’s Theatre, Radford University, Washington and Lee University Repertory Dance Company, and Roanoke Ballet Theatre.

The evening of the 27th will feature Kevin and Bryan Matheson of the Roanoke Symphony, Opera Roanoke, City Modern Ensemble, and Roanoke Ballet Theatre

Roanoke Ballet Theatre at Attic Productions

Roanoke Ballet Theatre is pleased to perform for the first time at Attic Productions on May 4th at 7:30 and May 5th at 2:30.

The performance will include a section of Paquita, a classical ballet, and Fallen, a brand new contemporary piece choreographed by Will Smith.

You can call the Attic Box Office at 540-473-1001 for tickets. Leave a detailed message with your contact information and the date/time you wish to come. The Box Office Staff will call to firm up the reservation!

$15.00 for kids under age 10
$20.00 for adults

A Ruby Celebration

Spend the evening with Roanoke Ballet Theatre as they celebrate their 40th anniversary. Meet the dancers, participate in fun silent auctions, and dance the night away. Ticket price includes heavy hors d’oeuvres, one complimentary drink (cash bar available after that), and unlimited dancing. Fancy dress – tiaras optional!

Get your tickets here- https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4104554

Giselle

Giselle is a timeless ballet that has captured hearts all over the world. It is a romantic story of a peasant girl who has a weak heart but loves to dance. Her quest for love leads to her demise. But will love triumph in a dark and supernatural world? Come and see at Roanoke Ballet Theatre’s performance Giselle at the Jefferson Center on June 8, 2019.

http://www.jeffcenter.org/giselle