All Performances SOLD OUT!
Limited standing room tickets are available. There will be no rush tickets sold for this production.
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Gather your friends and family for the must-see dance event of the season: the U.S. premiere of Christopher Wheeldon’s magical new production of Cinderella! Inspired by the Brothers Grimm and Perrault fairy tales, this wildly imaginative co-production with Dutch National Ballet features something for everyone: dramatic music by Prokofiev, spectacular sets and costumes by Julian Crouch (renowned for his designs for Metropolitan Opera and the Broadway musical The Addams Family), and ingenious puppetry by Obie Award winner Basil Twist.
Approximate running time for Cinderella is: 2 hours and 33 minutes
Fri 3, 8pm
Sat 4, 2pm/8pm
Sun 5, 2pm
Tue 7, 8pm
Wed 8, 7:30pm
Thu 9, 8pm
Fri 10, 8pm
Sat 11, 2pm/8pm
Sun 12, 2pm
The 2013 San Francisco Ballet premiere of Cinderella is made possible by New Productions Fund Lead Sponsors Mrs. Jeannik Méquet Littlefield, and Mr. and Mrs. John S. Osterweis; Major Sponsors Rudolf Nureyev Dance Foundation, and Larry and Joyce Stupski; and Sponsors Richard C. Barker, Christine H. Russell Fund of the Columbia Foundation, Suzy Kellems Dominik, Stephanie Barlage Ejabat, The William Randolph Hearst Foundation, and Cecilia and Jim Herbert. Additional support is provided by Major Sponsor Timothy Dattels and Kristine Johnson, and Full Length Ballets Sponsor Koret Foundation.
Performances of the United States premiere of Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella are made possible through the generous support of Sue and John Diekman, Jason M. Fish and Courtney Benoist, Elizabeth and Richard Fullerton, Mrs. Beth Grossman, Alicia and Philip Hammarskjold, Sandra and James Katzman, Bob Ross Foundation, and Randee and Joseph Seiger. Media sponsors for Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella are KPIX, KQED, and San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.