Metropolitan Ballet Theatre
Presents the 5th Annual Community Performance
Performances Sat Oct 13th at 2:00 and 7:00 and Sun Oct 14th at 2:00
This enchanting love story of a dancing doll is memorable for music as well as dancing. Coppélia is ballet’s great comedy… telling the story of lovely Swanhilda, a girl who pretends to be a doll in order to regain the affection of Frantz, her sweetheart. Set to music by Leo Delibes, your entire family will be captivated by the betrothed Swanhilda and Frantz, mysterious toy-maker named Dr. Coppélius, life-size dancing dolls and the “happily forever wedding celebration.”
Thanks to generous donations from our Patrons and Fulton County Arts Fund we are pleased to offer free tickets for your family for this performance.
Register for your 7 free Tickets per family at one show. These are available online only*
Limited tickets will be available at the door.
Do You have an Emerging Dancer in Your Home?
Join us for the Tutu's at Two class after the 2:00 Saturday, October 13th performance.
Let your young dancer (ages 4+) dress in their best dance outfit, bring their Dolls and join us onstage to learn a few ballet steps with our dancers and staff. Tickets are 10.00 and are available at the box office the day of the performance. Cash and checks only.
For more information about Metropolitan Ballet Theatre's dance education for children, teens and adults visit us at www.metropolitanballet.org