Join The Washington Ballet for an eclectic and vibrant season of performances at the Kennedy Center with this three-ticket subscription package. Latin Heat (Oct. 15-18) celebrates Latin culture with world premieres by three of the most acclaimed choreographers today, plus Don Quixote's wedding pas de deux and a sensuous tango. Stephen Mills' Hamlet (Mar. 24-Apr. 3) brings to life one of Shakespeare's greatest tragedies with a contemporary spin, setting it to the hypnotic music of Philip Glass. A 100-voice choir underscores the power of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana in one of ballet's signature pieces. Inspired by drinking songs composed by wayward medieval monks, this post-modern interpretation is a celebration of springtime, love, lust and fortune. Balanchine's Themes and Variations will also be featured (Apr. 14-17). This package lets you choose from any Thursday-Sunday evening performance or Saturday-Sunday matinees.
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