Subscriptions to Marigny Opera Ballet’s 2019/2020 Season Now On Sale!
Enjoy a full season of dance at the historic Marigny Opera House, performed by New Orleans’ resident contemporary ballet company! The season includes four separate programs:
A Midsummer Night's Dream (opens October 4th, 2019 at 8pm)
A full-length premiere by choreographer Derwin May Jr., danced to a commissioned score by Tucker Fuller, and accompanied by New Resonance Orchestra and Krewe de Voix Chamber Ensemble, Francis Scully, Conductor.
Christmas Dances (opens December 6th, 2019 at 8pm)
Christmas Dances (opens December 6th, 2019 at 8pm) - Diogo de Lima's Gambit Award-winning Aguas de Dezembro, accompanied by Larry Sieberth Ensemble. The program also includes a premiere by choreographer Kellis McSparrin Oldenburg: Sacred Harp, with music arranged by the Boston Camerata.
Paul Taylor's Aureole (opens January 31st, 2020 at 8pm)
Paul Taylor's 1962 masterpiece, performed for the first time by the dancers of the Marigny Opera Ballet. Accompanied by the New Resonance Orchestra, Francis Scully, Conductor.
Follies of 1915 (opens March 27th, 2020 at 8pm)
The sold-out smash hit of the Ballet's 2018 season returns! Kellis McSparrin Oldenburg's full-length comedy is accompanied by the New Leviathan Oriental Foxtrot Orchestra.
Season subscribers receive reserved seating, hassle-free changes to performance dates, and invitations to special subscriber events.
General Subscriptions: $150
Student/Senior/US Military: $100
Single Tickets (On Sale in September 2019)
General Admission: $45
Student/Senior/US Military: $30
Founded in 2014, the Marigny Opera Ballet is a professional contemporary ballet company based in the Marigny Opera House of New Orleans. Its award-winning performances have included the works of New Orleans-based choreographers and composers.
Marigny Opera Ballet. New Orleans' resident dance company since 2014
The Marigny Opera Ballet is administered by the Marigny Opera House Foundation. Donations to the Foundation directly support the Company's dancers, musicians, and crew, all local artists, as well as the larger performing arts community of New Orleans.