Ballet San Antonio opens its 2018-2019 season Friday, Oct. 19, at the Tobin Center, with guest choreographer Bruce Wells.
The announcement comes after an internal investigation into allegations that the company operated under a “culture of fear” and abusive behavior.
An April letter from former dancers at Ballet San Antonio to its board of directors alleged a “culture of fear” and abusive behavior in the studio.
The Tricentennial-themed original opera production Sueños de Béjar (Dreams of Bexar), originally set for a Commemorative Week performance on May 5, has been postponed until October.
The first meeting of the San Antonio Performing Arts Collective drew representatives from 25 performing arts organizations.
Ballet San Antonio’s dancers migrated from the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts to the nearby greenspace to wow spectators with their skill and grace.
More than 125 years after The Sleeping Beauty’s premiere in St. Petersburg, Ballet San Antonio is putting its own creative twist on the classic work.
Bruce Bowen will suit up for his role of Mother Ginger and “dance” in Ballet San Antonio’s first of nine performances of The Nutcracker.
This Friday night, Ballet San Antonio will celebrate the company’s season premier with its rendition of the classic Don Quixote at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts.
Ballet San Antonio will take the stage for their final performance of the 2015-2016 season on Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts.