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Dancing Romeo & Juliet

We sat down with a few of the principal dancers performing in this year’s production of Romeo & Juliet to get their point-of-view on this classic ballet.   Yuan Yuan Tan When did you first see Romeo & Juliet? What did you think? “I first saw Romeo & Juliet on TV, it was of the Royal Ballet […]
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Share Your Epic Love Story & Win a Night Out

To celebrate the highly anticipated return of SF Ballet’s Romeo & Juliet, we will send one lucky fan and a guest to the War Memorial Opera House on a romantic date night for two. We want you to get inspired by Romeo & Juliet‘s captivating tale and share a great love story of your own. To enter into this contest, post […]
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Spotlight: The List Insider Event

Last week, three members of The List, our young audience rush ticket program, won the chance to attend the opening night of Program 7, including an exclusive invite to the cast party after the show with Company dancers, artists, and production team. SF Ballet super-fan and member of The List, Hassan Makki, shared his experience with […]
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Romeo & Juliet Through The Years

The story of Romeo & Juliet, the tragic and enduring love story created by William Shakespeare, has been a favorite of audiences and Artistic Directors at San Francisco Ballet for the past 75 years. Our first production, which premiered in the 1938, was created by Artistic Director William Christensen (he also performed the lead role). In the 1970s Michael Smuin, who […]
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