Discount tickets for the Joffrey Ballet are available for upcoming 2014 performances in three savvy cities: Baltimore, Houston, and Chicago, from the same savvy ticket deal source. To get this special ticket promotion, you’ll need to sign in free to receive ticket offers from the source of this deal. You won’t need a coupon or promo code to save around half off in either city.
If you haven’t been to the ballet in a while, this is a great opportunity to check it out. The Joffrey never disappoints.
Chicago Ticket Discount – The Joffrey Ballet Presents Contemporary Choreographers 2014
DEAL: The Joffrey Ballet Presents Contemporary Choreographers — Discount Tickets $40.50 – $76 (reg. $81 – $152).
WHEN: February 12 – 23, 2014.
WHERE: Auditorium Theatre, 50 E. Congress Parkway, Chicago IL 60605.
Three exciting modern artists present their latest works during the Joffrey Ballet showcase of contemporary choreographers. Christopher Wheeldon’s Continuum is an abstract rendering of music into movement and patterns. Crossing Ashland by Brock Clawson is named for well-known Chicago street, serving as a metaphor for facing change. Finally, Episode 31 by Alexander Ekman is a large group piece showcasing youth, vigor and athleticism in an almost tribal feel.
Baltimore Ticket Discount – Joffrey Ballet
DEAL: The Joffrey Ballet Discount Tickets — $42 (reg. $69).
WHEN: March 4 – 5, 2014.
WHERE: Modell Performing Arts Center at The Lyric, 140 West Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore MD 21201.
In their Baltimore appearance, they will present contemporary works from three of the most exciting modern choreographers, combining classical technique with modern energy and an emotional range that wanders from thoughtful and philosophical to youthful, energetic, funky and humorous. The pieces feature a range of music from Rachmaninoff to M83, showcasing their immense versatility and innovation.
Houston Ticket Discount – The Joffrey Ballet: American Legends 2014
DEAL: The Joffrey Ballet: American Legends Discount Tickets $11.50 – $41.50 (reg. $23 – $83).
WHEN: March 21, 2014.
WHERE: Wortham Theater Center – Brown Theater, 500 Texas Avenue, Houston TX 77002.
The Joffrey Ballet, America’s premier ballet company, brings an eclectic and acclaimed program to the stage in American Legends. With choreography by Twyla Tharp, Nine Sinatra Songs is a swinging journey through the ’50s, set to the music of Ol’ Blue Eyes. With costumes by Oscar de la Renta, this wildly popular classic features variously sultry, comic and glamorous vignettes. Son of Chamber Symphony, with choreography by Houston’s own Stanton Welch and music by John Adams, is a new work that mixes classicism, virtuosity and exuberant theatricality. Interplay is a joyful work choreographed by West Side Story‘s Jerome Robbins and set to music by Morton Gould.