Because of COVID-19, most of the programs in the United States this summer are virtual, but the Milwaukee Ballet's new building and safety protocols allow for safe, in-person learning according to the managing director.
The 2019 Milwaukee Ballet Genesis competition took place this past weekend, showing the audience a new dimension of the company and giving the choreographers a new stage to show their breathtaking work.
This week, there is a perfect pairing that celebrates those artists who have never forgotten their passion, who have worked tirelessly to develop their gifts and who consistently stand out from an always-growing innovative crowd.
The return of Milwaukee Ballet's "Dracula" is not your typical haunted house, Halloween fare. It's so much better, and more sophisticated, than that. And if you're new to ballet, it's an exciting intro to complex stories communicated without words.
The Milwaukee Ballet's 2017-18 season closes out on a high note with their magnificent presentation of Tchaikovsky's classic "Swan Lake," performing at the Marcus Center through the weekend.
Michael Pink invites you to be his guest at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts this weekend, as he debuts his ambitious yet masterful interpretation of "Beauty and the Beast" with the Milwaukee Ballet.
In celebration of its approaching 50th, the Milwaukee Ballet announces the 2018-19 season with classic-and-contemporary selections and a creative collaboration with the ballet's neighbor, the Walker's Point Creative Collective.
"La Boheme" is a classic opera tale - but by no means dusty, thanks to artistic director Michael Pink and his team of terrific dancers. Need proof? Here's four reasons why you need to live la vie Boheme with the Milwaukee Ballet this weekend.
In case you were thinking about missing the return of Milwaukee Ballet's retelling of the classic Snow White tale to the Milwaukee stage, here are four reasons why "Mirror Mirror" is one of the fairest of them all.
Two worlds of ballet met Thursday night and the crash was resounding, as the Milwaukee Ballet staged a classic from yesterday and a glimpse into what the future of ballet will look like. The company staged "La Sylphide," and "Sans Pleurer," a work by Timothy O'Donnell.
Davit Hovhannisyan has created numerous memorable roles for Milwaukee Ballet. Now, he'll take on "La Sylphide," the oldest surviving ballet in performances that start this week at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts.
It is altogether fitting and proper that Genesis 2017 was unveiled in the breathtaking beauty of the venerable Pabst Theater, as the 120-year-old structure hosted three brilliant young choreographers heralding a healthy future for the ballet world.
Take three choreographers, add a company of unknown dancers, toss in some music and give all of them just three weeks to create a full ballet. It all culminates Thursday night as the Genesis Competition hosted by the Milwaukee Ballet gets underway.
The three choreographers in Milwaukee for the approaching Genesis competition sponsored by the Milwaukee Ballet are fully immersed in their creative process, working with the company of dancers and preparing for the opening night of the show.
It didn't rank up there with the National Football league draft, but the Genesis draft was just as exciting if you are a fan of ballet.Genesis is the choreography competition staged by Michael Pink and his Milwaukee Ballet Company.