California Ballet Announces its 46th Season at the San Diego Civic Theatre

July 12th, Friday, 2013, 11:32 pm


California Ballet has just finished up a scintillating 45th Sapphire Anniversary Season, and we are excited to look towards the future as we prepare for another year of professional dance in San Diego! We invite you to join the fun at one or all of the following productions at the San Diego Civic Theatre: Dracula…

Blood, Fangs, and Death . . . No Tutus: California Ballet’s Dracula

October 24th, Wednesday, 2012, 9:39 pm


The mythos of the vampire has been around for countless centuries, in countless cultures, in countless forms. From creatures who drink blood, to demons from hell, the vampire has held a place in human superstitions and mythology across the world. Most people associate the vampire with Romania – specifically Transylvania – and this is largely…

California Ballet’s Complete History, Abridged!

July 6th, Friday, 2012, 11:23 pm


So far in our 45 in 45 fundraiser, we’ve raised just shy of $1,000. It’s a start, but we’ve still got a long way to go! If you’re wondering what we’re raising money for, take a look at this Abridged history of California Ballet, and you’ll see the legacy and staying power of the 5th…

California Ballet’s 45 in 45

July 2nd, Monday, 2012, 4:23 pm


California Ballet needs to raise $45,000 in 45 days, and we need your help to do it. California Ballet Company is turning 45! Can you believe it? We have special needs this year and in order to make our 45th Sapphire Anniversary Season a success we’re putting together a special team to help us meet those needs:…

California Ballet Company Announces Its 45th Anniversary Season!

June 16th, Saturday, 2012, 8:38 pm


Can you believe it? 45 years old! 16,425 days! 410,625 hours! 24,637,500 minutes! Yeah, that’s a long time presenting classical ballet, arts education, artistic forums, and dance instruction to the Southern California community. We’ve been saying for years that we’re the fifth oldest ballet company in California, but when you look at how many minutes…