Bolshoi Ballet In Cinema 2017-18 Season

The 2017-2018 season presents the greatest classics restaged by today’s most celebrated choreographers, for a cinema exclusive experience featuring the Bolshoi principals and corps de ballet. Three historical ballets reimagined by Alexei Ratmansky (le Corsaire, Romeo and Juliet, and The Flames of Paris) will be presented along with John Neumeier’s Lady of the Camellias and Jean-Christophe Maillot’s Taming of the Shrew. Three timeless classics of the Moscow stage will complete the season: Giselle, the Nutcracker and Coppélia. As classical as it may be, the Bolshoi remains the unshakable reference of ballet today.

PRICING

Tickets will soon be on sale at participating locations' Box Office and Concession during regular operating hours, as well as online through the links below, as they become available.

SINGLE PERFORMANCE PRICING

Ticket Type General
(14-64)
Child
(3-13)
Senior
(65+)
Regular $17.95 $12.95 $16.75

All prices include applicable taxes.

PERFORMANCES

Bolshoi Ballet: Romeo and Juliet

LIVE: January 21, 2018 | 150 min | Event: Ballet
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In Verona, Romeo and Juliet fall madly in love while their respective families, the Montagues and the Capulets, are caught in a bitter rivalry ending in heart-wrenching tragedy. click for more

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Bolshoi Ballet: The Lady of the Camellias

LIVE: February 11, 2018 | 185 min | Event: Ballet
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At a theatre performance of ‘Manon Lescaut’, the young an naïve Armand is utterly captivated after meeting the ravishing and most desirable courtesan click for more

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Bolshoi Ballet: The Flames of Paris

LIVE: March 4, 2018 | 135 min | Event: Ballet
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In the era of the French Revolution, Jeanne and her brother Jérôme leave Marseille for Paris in support the revolutionary effort that is taking over the capital. While fighting for click for more

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Bolshoi Ballet: Giselle

LIVE: April 8, 2018 | 140 min | Event: Opera
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When Giselle learns that her beloved Albrecht is promised to another woman, she dies of a broken heart in his arms. While Albrecht grieves click for more

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Bolshoi Ballet: Coppélia

LIVE: June 10, 2018 | 165 min | Event: Ballet
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Swanhilda notices her fianceé Franz is infatuated with the beautiful Coppélia who sits reading on her balcony each day. Nearly breaking up the two click for more

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Bolshoi Ballet: Le Corsaire

LIVE: October 22, 2017 | 215 min | Event: Ballet
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Amidst a bustling Turkish market, the pirate Conrad falls in love at first sight with beautiful Medora, the ward of the slave merchant click for more

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Bolshoi Ballet: The Taming of the Shrew

LIVE: November 19, 2017 | 125 min | Event: Ballet
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Baptista struggles to marry off his tempestuous daughter Katharina, a shrew who denies that any man could possibly be her match. However when she meets click for more

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Bolshoi Ballet: The Nutcracker

LIVE: December 10, 2017 | 135 min | Event: Ballet
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As the clock strikes midnight on Christmas Eve, Marie’s wooden nutcracker doll comes to life and transforms into a prince! Soon joined by click for more

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ABOUT the Bolshoi Ballet

The Bolshoi Ballet

On March 28, 1776, Catherine II granted the prosecutor, Prince Pyotr Urusov, the "privilege" of "maintaining" theatre performances of all kinds, including masquerades, balls and other forms of entertainment, for a period of ten years. And it is from this date that Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre traces its history.

The Bolshoi building, which for many years now has been regarded as one of Moscow’s main sights, was opened on October 20, 1856, on Tsar Alexander II’s coronation day.

On October 29, 2002, the Bolshoi was given a New Stage and it was here it presented its performances during the years the Historic Stage was undergoing massive reconstruction and refurbishment.

The reconstruction project lasted from July, 2005 to October, 2011. As a result of this reconstruction, many lost features of the historic building were reinstated and, at the same time, it has joined the ranks of most technically equipped theatre buildings in the world.

The Bolshoi Theatre is a symbol of Russia for all time. It was awarded this honor due to the major contribution it made to the history of the Russian performing arts. This history is on-going and today Bolshoi Theatre artists continue to contribute to it many bright pages.

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