State Street Ballet goes on tour for three months every season, bringing original dance and education programs to theaters and schools across the country. With standing ovations from coast to coast and a 90% rebooking rate, we are very proud of our past touring successes and we eagerly look forward to future adventures. Check the list below to find out where we are and what we’re up to on our current tours!

12/01/2015 | Washington and Colorado
On Tour - The Nutcracker

State Street Ballet tours our original production of The Nutcracker, choreographed by Artistic Director Rodney Gustafson, to Spokane, WA and Durango, CO, celebrating the joy of the holiday season throughout the country. Proudly performing with the Spokane Symphony and the San Juan Symphony, this is the quintessential family favorite for the most wonderful time of the year!


Spokane, Washington - The Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox

Thursday, December 3 - Sunday, December 6

www.foxtheaterspokane.com

 

Durango, Colorado - Fort Lewis College, Community Concert Hall

Friday, December 11 - Sunday, December 13

www.durangoconcerts.com

 


03/05/2016 | The Saroyan Theatre - Fresno, CA
On Tour in Fresno - Don Quixote

State Street Ballet takes Don Quixote on the road to Fresno, CA with a week of outreach performances and master classes. A public performance in collaboration with Fresno Ballet Theatre on Saturday, March 5 will take place at the beautiful Saroyan Theater in downtown Fresno. Tickets available online at www.fresnoconventioncenter.com or by calling the Box Office at 559.445.8100.


03/08/2016 | New Mexico, Colorado, New York
On Tour - Carmen

State Street Ballet brings Carmen to New Mexico, Colorado and New York for a spring tour spanning three states. Inspired by Georges Bizet’s blazingly popular score, this original full-length production has dazzled audiences from coast to coast. Resident Choreographer William Soleau retells the tale of the magnetically beautiful gypsy and her desperate lover in a contemporary ballet style that weaves together both classical and modern influences. Intricate storytelling and Bizet’s passionate music make this Carmen a tour-de-force of theatrical drama.


Socorro, New Mexico - New Mexico Tech, Macey Center

Thursday, March 10 - 7:30pm

www.nmtpas.org


Albuquerque, New Mexico - National Hispanic Cultural Center

Saturday, March 12 - 7:30pm

Sunday, March 13 - 2pm

www.nhccnm.org


Alamagordo, New Mexico - Flickinger Center

Tuesday, March 15 - 7pm

www.flickingercenter.com


Clovis, New Mexico - Clovis Community College, Marshall Auditorium

Thursday, March 17 - 7pm

www.clovis.edu/culturalarts


Durango, Colorado - Fort Lewis College, Community Concert Hall

Saturday, March 19 - 7:30pm

www.durangoconcerts.com


Purchase, New York - The Performing Arts Center, Purchase College

Saturday, April 9 - 8pm

www.artscenter.org