Innovative: Direct from the LAB will welcome audiences back to Charlotte Ballet’s home at the Center for Dance this winter. All choreography will be created in-house as an extension of the Choreographic Lab series that Artistic Director Hope Muir introduced during her first season with the company. Additionally, in a unique twist, the Charlotte community had a hand in selecting two of the presenting choreographers—Audrey Baran and Bianca Bonner—through a public vote in December. With narrative themes centered around personal stories from within the Charlotte community, this will truly be an innovative performance series like no other!
Social distancing procedures will be in place and face masks are required.
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The Patricia McBride & Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux Center for Dance is home to Charlotte Ballet. The facility features administrative and rehearsal spaces, as well as the Charlotte Ballet Academy. Charlotte Ballet's Innovative Works series is performed in the Center for Dance's 200-seat theater.