Fall Works

October 20-22, 2016 | Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts

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An exuberant start to the season, Fall Works is a double feature including the work of Ohad Naharin, coming to Charlotte Ballet for the first time. Ohad’s Minus 16 has an eclectic score ranging between Dean Martin, mambo, techno and traditional Israeli music. Using improvisation and his signature “Gaga” method, Ohad crafts an experience with elements of spontaneity, while breaking down the barriers between the dancers and audience. Resident Choreographer Dwight Rhoden returns to present his ballet The Groove. Set to 1980s house music, this joyful party ballet is a fitting start to a season of celebration.

Tickets to Fall Works start at $25.

Performance Dates

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Family Matinee

The Fall Works family matinee on Saturday, October 22 at 2 PM features a full performance with activities prior to the show designed with children in mind. For the family matinee, children enjoy a special ticket price of just $10.

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Complimentary children’s activities before the show start at 1 PM and include:

- Mini Dance Classes & Music Exploration- A professional Charlotte Ballet dance educator will lead mini dance and movement classes with live musical accompaniment.

- Costume Exploration Station - Children design and create their very own dance costumes.

Tickets & Pricing

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Single tickets for Fall Works range from $25-$90.

Prices are subject to change, but buying early will assure you get the best seats at the best prices. Charlotte Ballet’s tickets are sold through CarolinaTix only. Scalpers do exist so be sure when purchasing tickets you are working with CarolinaTix to assure the best prices, protect yourself from fraud and know that the seats you’ve chosen are the same ones you’ll sit in for the show.


Theater, Seating & Parking

Fall Works will be performed at Knight Theater at Levine at Levine Center for the Arts in uptown Charlotte at 430 S. Tryon Street. Knight Theater has two levels. The Orchestra is on the same level as the stage and includes Orchestra Front and Orchestra Rear seating areas. One floor above the Orchestra is the Grand Tier & Mezzanine level. Grand Tier seating is at the front of that level with the Mezzanine just behind.

A special preferred parking rate of only $5 is available for patrons at Blumenthal Performing Arts Center’s designated garage, Levine Center for the Arts Parking Garage. The $5 rate is applicable when parked in the garage after 5 PM on weekdays. There is no time restriction for the weekend. Click here for directions and a parking guide.


What to do Uptown

The Knight Theater is located directly between two museums and uptown Charlotte is home to many museums focusing on art, history and culture. Looking for a place to grab a meal before or after a show? Check out a listing of all the restaurants uptown or learn more about where to grab a glass of wine or a drink. Finding so much to do that you need some extra time? Uptown has plenty of options for accommodations.


Who is Charlotte Ballet?

Led by internationally acclaimed President and Artistic Director Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux, Charlotte Ballet is known for its strong dancers and versatile repertoire, ranging from classical ballet like the Nutcracker, to bold, contemporary works. The company of 25 professional dancers, who make Charlotte their home, annually present five performance series in Charlotte during a season spanning from October to April. During the summer, the dancers and artistic staff serve as Company in Residence at The Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, N.Y., where Bonnefoux has been artistic director since 1983.

Former New York City Ballet star Patricia McBride, serves as associate artistic director and master teacher of Charlotte Ballet Academy, which trains 700 students annually. In December 2014, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts presented Associate Artistic Director Patricia McBride with a 2014 Kennedy Center Honor.

Charlotte Ballet has nationally recognized educational and community programs, including the Reach scholarship dance program.

In 2010, the organization built the Patricia McBride and Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux Center for Dance in uptown Charlotte. The Center for Dance houses administrative and rehearsal spaces, as well as a 200-seat theater.

Charlotte Ballet’s repertoire performances are made possible by a transformational gift from The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, investing in the creation and acquisition of contemporary blockbuster and master works, and additional weeks of work for the Charlotte Ballet artists.