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2020/21 Season | A Time to Dance
Centennial State Ballet celebrates the power of dance to bring light to the darkness through our 2020/21 performance season.
Changes to the 2020/21 Season
As of August 1, 2020 | a note from Executive Artistic Director, Kristin Kingsley
The unparalleled circumstances due to COVID-19 have necessitated a revision to our originally planned 2020/21 Season. How do we plan a ballet season in this time of uncertainty, and when we can’t assemble? We embrace our situation and find meaningful artistic opportunities. Filmmaker Orson Welles is famously credited with saying, “The enemy of art is the absence of limitations.” We believe genuine, meaningful artistic creativity can be born from the desire to overcome our current global limitations.
Thus, each performance this season will be produced and performed through film and streamed online. We’re working hard to bring all your audience favorites to life both creatively and safely. If possible, we hope to be able to create an additional live component for audience members, as well. Once we can perform at a theater, we will; until then, no hopes will be dashed! Our performances will go on as we embrace partnership with technology in order to provide our company members the opportunity to continue performing. We have waited long enough. CSB resolves to be adaptable and relevant in this COVID performance era, as it is time for all of us to dance!
More Ways to Enjoy this Season
Centennial State Ballet performances demonstrate The Company’s commitment to purity of form, dedication to training, and honing life skills for dancers of all ages and world-changing dreams. We strive to engage the creative heart of each dancer and audience member during each performance.
Centennial State Ballet was born with a vision to bring classical ballet to Colorado through the staging of much-loved ballets and the creation of new ballet repertoire.
Past performances include our annual holiday performance each December of The Nutcracker, our annual Gala Performance each spring featuring, in repertory, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Giselle, Coppélia, and The Sleeping Beauty.
Legacy productions include Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Cain: a mystery, Suite de Ballet (a comedy), Hansel and Gretel, and Pinocchio.