Photo Coverage: Nashville Ballet's 2009-2010 Season
Single tickets for the upcoming works included in Nashville Ballet's 2009-2010 season will go on sale Monday, September 7.
Nashville Ballet tickets for all performances can be purchased in person at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center's box offices (downtown and at Davis-Kidd Booksellers at the Mall at Green Hills) or by phone at (615) 782-4040. Single tickets may also be purchased online at www.nashvilleballet.com. Tickets are priced at $23 for Level 3, $56 for Level 2, $66 for Level 1, and $77 for Premium Level tickets. Groups of ten or more will receive a discount on tickets; for details about group sales, call Meredith Benning at (615) 297-2966, ext. 10.
Season subscriptions are also available with subscribers receiving the best seats. Subscription packages range in price from $37 per person up to $234 per person. Options include a four-show subscription (which includes Nutcracker), a three-show subscription, and a two-show Fall and Winter subscription.
The season opens with Giselle, featuring the Nashville Symphony, and running Friday, October 23 through Sunday, October 25 in TPAC's James K. Polk Theatre. Nutcracker, also with the Nashville Symphony, will be performed in Andrew Jackson Hall at TPAC, Friday, December 11-Sunday, December 20. American Originals, with country music star Hal Ketchum, plays the Polk Theatre from Friday, February 12-Sunday, February 14. The season concludes with A Midsummer Night's Dream, featuring the Nashville Symphony, at Jackson Hall, Friday, April 23-Sunday, April 25.
All photos are by Marianne Leach.
Brendon LaPier in "Filling Station" from Nashville Ballet's "American Originals"
Kimberly Ratcliffe as Sugar Plum Fairy in Nashville Ballet's "Nutcracker"
Christine Rennie and Eddie Mikrut in Nashville Ballet's "Giselle"