Posts Categorized: Portland Ballet

Portland Ballet collaborates with Colby College

Uncommon Accord  Friday, February 3, 2023 7:30PM | Westbrook PAC Portland Ballet and Colby College Department of Theater and Dance collaborate to bring to life an evening of work featuring an expanded company of dancers. Joining forces again after their celebrated partnership in 2018, this performance will thrill classical and contemporary fans alike. Featuring a… Read more »

A Nutcracker Full of Portland History!

December 17th & 18th | Westbrook PAC December 22nd & 23rd | Merrill Auditorium Portland Ballet’s A Victorian Nutcracker returns to the stage this holiday season with newly designed backdrops and set pieces inspired by Portland’s Victoria Mansion. A Victorian Nutcracker is a retelling of the classic story of a young girl’s Christmas Eve dream,… Read more »

Portland Ballet presents Giselle

Portland Ballet opens its season with Giselle, a story of love and betrayal, life and death, vengeance and forgiveness. Follow the story, as passionately told by the dancers of Portland Ballet, of the peasant girl, Giselle, as she falls in love with the nobleman, Albrecht, whose betrayal condemns her to the unearthly realm of the… Read more »

Portland Ballet’s 2022-23 Season!

Portland Ballet are excited to announce their 2022-23 season!  Giselle Friday, October 28th, 2022 at 7:30PM & Saturday, October 29th, 2022 at 2:00PM Westbrook PAC Portland Ballet opens its season with Giselle, a story of love and betrayal, life and death, vengeance and forgiveness. Follow the story, as passionately told by the dancers of Portland… Read more »

Firebird at Westbrook Performing Arts Center

Friday 29th April 2022 at 7:30pm Saturday 30th April 2022 at 2:00pm   Portland Ballet’s season closes with Nell Shipman’s Firebird. Based on the classic Russian folktale, the Firebird is a powerful ballet set to the music of Stravinsky that will delight ballet audiences of all ages. Full of dynamic performance, beauty and magic, Portland Ballet’s… Read more »