CINDERELLA
Choreography: Jean-Hugues Feray
Music: Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev
Possibly the oldest tale passed down the centuries, the story of “Cinderella” is most definitely the most popular. A young girls who is living in most unfortunate circumstances with her Evil Stepmother and Wicked Stepsisters has the remarkable fortune of being saved by her magical Fairy Godmother as she is whisked off to a grand royal ball. There she meets the price and they fall instantly in love. However, her fate sadly seems to change until the prince who is scouring the Kingdom knocks on her door looking for the young woman with who he fell in love.

PEER GYNT
Choreography: Jean-Hugues Feray
Music: Edvard Grieg
A Neo-Classical piece on this empowering score that just keeps building up and leading up to the extraordinary finale.

LE CORSAIRE Pas de Deux
Staged by: Jean-Hugues Feray (After Marius Ivanovich Petipa)
Music: Adolphe Adam
Le Corsaire Pas de Deux is one of the most known and beloved pas de duexs in
the world of classical ballet. While being very graceful to watch, it is very
demanding on the dancers. 

GUEST ARTISTS
Abigail Simon and ​Brooklyn Mack 


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CINDERELLA AND MIXED BILL AT THE KRAVIS CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS


DUE TO SAFETY CONCERNS ABOUT CORONAVIRUS
THE KRAVIS CENTER HAS
CANCELLED ALL PERFORMANCES
​UNTIL THE END OF MAY.

​Dreyfoos Hall
The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
701 Okeechobee Boulevard
West Palm Beach, Florida, 33401


CINDERELLA
Music: Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev 
Choreography: Jean-Hugues Feray


PEER GYNT
Choreography:
Jean-Hugues Feray
Music:
Edvard Grieg


LE CORSAIRE Pas de Deux
Featuring Special Guest Stars













Abigail Simon
A renowned ballerina, and former
apprentice dancer with American Ballet Theatre, and
Former Principal with Joffrey Ballet. Now in
An American in Paris on the International Tour.

Brooklyn Mack
Brooklyn Mack joined the Joffrey Ballet in Chicago
as an apprentice in 2004 and began training with
ABT Studio Company in August 2005.  He joined
Orlando Ballet in 2006 and The Washington Ballet in
2009.  In 2015, he became a guest artist with
English National Ballet. Mack’s awards include a
silver medal at the 2006 USA International Ballet
Competition in Jackson, Mississippi, the 2007
Princess Grace Awards fellowship, the silver prize
at the 2009 Helsinki International Ballet Competition,
the Grand Prix at the 2012 Istanbul International Ballet Competition and the Gold Medal at the 2012 Varna International Ballet Competition. Mack made his debut
|with American Ballet Theatre in June 2019, dancing
Le Corsaire


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May 11, 2020 ​as part of their S.T.A.R. Series!