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Events in Boston: Boston Hotels prepare for the many tourists expected to attend theatrical Events in Boston like Pricked this month.
This May, Boston visitors and residents have the opportunity to attend one of the most exciting Events in Boston of the year. Pricked at the Boston Opera House.
Pricked, a visually-arresting repertory program from the Boston Ballet includes 2 American premieres and the return of Harald Lander’s Etudes. The diverse program highlights Boston Ballet’s versatility, featuring Petr Zuska’s moving and compassionate D.M.J. 1953-1977, Alexander Eckman’s audacious Cacti, and Lander’s highly-visual homage to classical technique, Etudes.
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The Boston Ballet is one of the elite cultural programs in Boston, attracting those who are serious about the ballet and those who simply want to enjoy a stunning stage performance while they’re visiting Boston. From May 8th to the 18th, near our Boston Back Bay Hotel, you’ll be able to see the Boston Ballet perform what is sure to be one of the most memorable Events in Boston this year near The Boston Park Plaza Hotel – A top choice among the many Hotels in Boston. Consider reserving your ticket for the show today and securing your spot in the audience.
Pricked includes the following ballets:
An American and Company debut and a poignant work exploring themes of love, loss, and longing – featuring the music of noted Czech composers Antonin Dvorak, Bohuslav Martinu, and Leos Janacek.
Also making its American and Company debut. A compelling work focusing on the interplay of dancers, set, and music. Cacti features a trio of violinists and a cellist on stage, moving set pieces, and dynamic, witty movement.
The Metro says, “Etudes is like a Degas painting coming to life.” One of Lander’s most famous works, Etudes is set to a series of piano studies by Carl Czerny and illustrates a spectacular dance class that begins with traditional barre exercises. It ends with a breathtaking finale.