Houston Ballet - Aladdin
Venue: Sollitt Stage (mainstage)
One of the largest ballet companies in the country, the Houston Ballet makes its debut at the Auditorium Theatre with celebrated English choreographer David Bintley's full-length Aladdin. A magical tale of love, trickery, and triumph, originally created for the New National Ballet of Japan in Tokyo in 2008, the production features spectacular scenery by the celebrated English designer Dick Bird and an original score by Carl Davis. The Daily Telegraph of London enthused of the work, “Aladdin is a full-blown piece of three-act splendour and looks absolutely astonishing….a delightful family show, and an ideal first outing to the ballet.”
Music performed by the Chicago Philharmonic.
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Aladdin is a co-production between Birmingham Royal Ballet and Houston Ballet Foundation.
Artists of Birmingham Royal Ballet by Bill Cooper. Image provided courtesy of Houston Ballet.