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What to expect at the upcoming Richmond Ballet season

The season includes new works, world premieres, and familiar classics like “The Nutcracker” and “Dracula”


“Dracula” will haunt the ballet in February 2024.

Photo courtesy Tulsa Ballet

Single and season tickets are now available for the upcoming Richmond Ballet season.

The 2023-24 season begins in September with performances of “Carmina Burana” and “Thrive.” Witness the co-production with the Richmond Symphony at the Dominion Energy Center.

The Studio Series begins in October with “Akwarium” and a world premiere by Young Soon Hue. “The Nutcracker” returns for the holiday season, then “Dracula” takes the stage in February.

In March, Studio Two acts as the New Works Festival. Studio Three in May will include performances of “Mozartiana” and a world premiere by Ma Cong.

This will be the last season where attendees will see the Studio Series at Richmond Ballet’s headquarters. Starting in 2024-25, the series will return to the VMFA’s renovated Leslie Cheek Theater.

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