- $26 for one ticket for center right/left or far right/left main floor seating or balcony seating (up to $48 value)
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Moscow Festival Ballet’s “Don Quixote”
First adapted by 19th-century choreographer Marius Pepita and brought into the ballet canon by Gorsky’s 1900 Bolshoi performance, Don Quixote retells Cervantes’s timeless tale through classical dance. The story follows the exploits of the country squire and his trusty page as they sally thither and yon, entangling themselves in the madcap adventures, passionate emotions, and butterfly-net collections of those around them. Set amid the rustic villages of the Spanish countryside, Don Quixote enfolds the dancers into the artistic action with elaborate costumes and precision pirouettes.
Chandler Center for the Arts
Luminous chandeliers float like paper lanterns above the lobby of Chandler Center for the Arts, welcoming guests entering through the towering glass facade. Inside, they find three halls—one larger auditorium, and two more intimate performance spaces—hosting a variety of musical and theatrical performances. Each theater is designed for optimal acoustics, ensuring audiences can hear every tuneful note, stage-whispered line, and breaking of the fourth wall. And the center showcases non-performing arts as well—the Exhibition Hall displays regularly rotating collections of sculptures and paintings. Some events, including the Zoppé, An Italian Family Circus, are also held on the expansive West Lawn.