ON-Lion Letter

The Milwaukee Ballet announced its 2015-16 season in March.  After four years away, Dracula returns in October to stake his claim on audiences with Milwaukee Ballet artistic director Michael Pink's internationally renowned retelling of Bram Stoker's 1897 horror classic.

In December, The Nutcracker holiday classic brings the gifts of wonder and enchantment to ballet lovers of all ages.  In February 2016's Dorian Gray, beauty reigns throughout Pink's compelling adaptation of Oscar Wilde's controversial and philosophical novel published in 1891.

Then, in late March and early April, Kaleidoscope Eyes' mixed program will include choreographer Trey McIntyre's A Day in the Life, set to Beatles music, as well as world premieres from Genesis competition winner Garret Smith and Milwaukee Ballet choreographer-in-residence Timothy O'Donnell.

Finally, next May, in Alice (in wonderland),fall down the rabbit hole into the fantasy world first imagined by Lewis Carroll 150 years ago.

Ticket subscriptions are available online

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation supports the Milwaukee Ballet.

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