– Photo of The Washington Ballet ALICE (in wonderland) by media4artists | Theo Kossenas

Are we human? Or are we dancer? (Answer: Both, when you’ve got kids enrolled in dance classes!)

Get ready to tumble down the rabbit hole of stunning ballet from the talented performers of the Oregon Ballet Theatre for ALICE (in wonderland) in its highly-anticipated West Coast premiere Feb. 24 through Mar. 4 at the Keller Auditorium. With a limited run of just eight performances, you don’t want your little twinkle toes to miss out on the chance to see a show The Washington Post calls a “giddy parade, a pop-art dream, a feat of fevered imagination.” Here’s even more great info for all you dance moms and dads out there:

  • Each of Lewis Carroll’s classic characters from Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass is brought to life with surreal sets, zany costumes, puppetry, the OBT Orchestra and powerfully expressive dance.
  • Just because it’s a full-length ballet doesn’t mean you have to pay high society prices. Save more when you buy tickets for weekday performances (and still get your kids to bed on time, too).
  • Your mini Misty Copeland or your baby Baryshnikov will adore seeing kids just like them on stage, too, with 53 kids from the OBT School appearing in the show!

With only eight performances of ALICE (in wonderland), don’t let your chance to catch its West Coast premiere waltz away from you.

Your ticket to world-class ballet is just a hop, skip and a jeté away.

Reserve Your Tickets Now

 

Hear What Other Parents Are Saying:

“Your production of The Nutcracker was breathtaking and your dancers were incredibly talented! I will definitely be back!”
— Ashley M. (Portland, OR)
“My thirteen-year-old step-daughter and I attended Cinderella. We were both enthralled.”
— Dale S. (Stafford, OR)
“It trips the light phantasmagorical with a parade of eye-popping characters: a glittering Red Queen, a Pepto-pink flock of leggy flamingos and a Cheshire Cat whose slinky feline attentions play off composer Matthew Pierce’s jazzy violin. Take the kids.”
— Heather Wisner for The Oregonian