Category Archives: Behind the Scenes

BRAVO: Keeping Us on Our Toes


BRAVO, the SF Ballet Resource and Volunteer Organization, is one group that works year-round to support SF Ballet and keep us on our toes. Comprised of more than 300 ballet enthusiasts, this dedicated group of volunteers work 10,000+ hours per year on a number of activities such as assisting backstage at Nutcracker, providing administrative support on various projects for both the […]

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The 78th Annual Stern Grove Festival


Since its founding in 1938, the annual Stern Grove Festival has been a staple of San Francisco’s summer performing arts scene. Nestled in a redwood grove just off Sloat Boulevard, the Festival offers a wide range of admission-free performances to the general public each summer. Last Sunday, an audience of approximately 7,000 gathered to watch SF Ballet’s […]

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I Know What You Did This Summer


Following a six-week hiatus, the Company returned to the SF Ballet studios on July 6. Below, five dancers tell us about how they spent their summer vacations: Diego Cruz (corps de ballet): Right after the season was over, I went to Mexico for a bachelor party with some of the other dancers. We surprised the soon-to-be […]

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Bringing Swordsmanship to Life


Fight Director, Martino Pistone, has taught at American Conservatory Theater, California Institute of the Arts, The Juilliard School, New York University, and the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute. His choreography credits include regional theaters across the country, SF Opera, The Public Theatre in New York, and many television shows and feature films. How long have you […]

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