January 26-February 17, 2018 | Center for Dance
Innovative Works, one of Charlotte Ballet’s most popular performances, showcases contemporary ballet in an intimate setting. The 200-seat theater at the Patricia McBride & Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux Center for Dance provides the perfect venue, bringing the artist and audience together for a truly unique experience. For an added bonus – tickets include a dessert reception with the dancers and artistic staff following the show.
Experience new ballets by:
Sasha Janes – Called “a choreographer to watch” by the Washington Post, Sasha serves as Charlotte Ballet’s Resident Choreographer. He has created works for the School of American Ballet, Richmond Ballet and is currently a ballet faculty member and choreographer for The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.
Myles Thatcher – While dancing with San Francisco Ballet, Myles has also earned a reputation for his eye-catching and dynamic choreography. Myles has choreographed for the Rolex Arts Weekend in Mexico City, New York City Ballet, Joffrey Ballet and San Francisco Ballet.
Robyn Mineko Williams – A former colleague of Artistic Director Hope Muir at Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Robyn began making her own work in 2001 through Hubbard Street’s Inside/Out Choreographic Workshop. This three-time Princess Grace choreography award winner has also created works for Atlanta Ballet, Grand Rapids Ballet and Visceral Dance Chicago.