June 4, 2022

Edmonds Center for the Arts

Elianna Langley and Alberto Gaspar
A Sunday Afternoon by Kyle Davis
Photo by Into Dust Photography

Olympic Ballet Theatre closes its performance season with an eclectic display celebrating the diversity of ballet. This annual production features shorter pieces and classical ballet excerpts, seeking to showcase classical ballet by famed choreographers of the past and contemporary ballet by talented choreographers of today.

The classical portion of the 2022 program presents The Carnival in Venice from Satanella and the pas de troix from Le Corsaire with original choreography by Marius Petipa. In addition to these timeless pieces, you will enjoy Davis Dances: Dance 1, choreographed by Sarasota Ballet soloist Arcadian Broad, and a world premiere of 1 in 10^2,685,000, a vibrant neoclassical piece by OBT company dancer Alberto Gaspar.


June 4, 2022, 7 p.m.
Edmonds Center for the Arts


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Masking and proof of vaccination or negative test are no longer required. However, all COVID Health & Safety protocols are subject to change. Please check the Edmonds Center for the Arts website before your performance for the most up-to-date policy information.

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OBT Performances may be subject to change or cancellation, due to COVID-19.

Summer Performance is made possible by:

Funded in part by the City of Edmonds Arts Commission Tourism Promotion Fund through City of Edmonds Lodging Tax funds.

Made possible in part by assistance from the Snohomish County Hotel-Motel Tax Fund.