Coppélia – November 24 and 25
The State Ballet of Rhode Island, Celebrates Season 64 at the beautiful McVinney Auditorium in Providence!
November 24 & 25 at 2pm: Reunite- See Friends, See Family, See Ballet! Kick off your holiday season with a RI tradition, Herci Marsden’s COPPELIA, a witty and enchanting love story with a toy shop of dancing dolls and a dash of magic. With the beautiful music of Leo Delibes, follow a feisty Swanhilda as she makes believe she is the Coppelia doll that comes to life.
SBRI’s cultural treasure COPPELIA, is a ballet that will tickle you with laughter and entertain you as it has entertained audiences for more than 150 years. At this family friendly show, all patrons, regardless of age, must have a ticket for entry.
Friday 2pm Matinee: Come 1 hour before the Show for a drink, cocktail & specialty souvenirs.
Saturday 12:45pm Before Matinee Sure to amaze and impact your child, “Tea Time in the Toy Shop” is a wonderful opportunity for children to meet & greet the cast while enjoying tea time delights, souvenirs and a backstage tour with an on stage photo opportunity.
$15 for adults & $10 for kids. Reservation required in advance by call 401-334-2560. (2pm matinee tickets not included)
A “Pay What You Can” Event
SBRI is dedicated to expanding accessibility to the arts. With the support of the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, we are able to offer two “Pay What You Can” events this season.
Coppelia – November 21 – 10AM
A Midsummer Night’s Dream – March 15 – 10AM
Call or email to reserve your seats:
401 – 334 – 2560
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