Let Seattle’s Pacific Northwest Ballet (PNB) sweep you away to another world in the form of Don Quixote. A classic ballet first revitalized and imagined by Alexei Ratmansky and performed by PNB in 2012, the expansive production is back for another round of astounding performances from January 30th through February 8th.
The story follows a deluded older gentleman, Don Quixote who thinks he’s a knight and his “squire” Sancho Panza on their various adventures as they encounter criminals, prostitutes, sheep herders and more. With humor, drama and beautiful dance, audience members are sure to come away with a smile on their faces.
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