The Celebration Starts Saturday Evening!
We open our exceptional program of work from five female choreographers this Saturday evening, thirty years after the first Celebration of the Uncommon Woman debuted at the Hult Center in 1992. Herstory is still in the making including Suzanne Haag’s world premiere of With Your Own Wings. Don’t miss this! Only two shows, Saturday, 2/12 at 7:30 pm and Sunday, 2/13 at 2:00 pm. Performance run time is around two hours, including one intermission. Here are important details to know before you get to the show:
Hult Center COVID-19 Safety Policies
As we continue to navigate life through this pandemic, the health and safety of our patrons, staff, crew, dancers, and musicians is our top priority. There are protocols in place for COVID-19 testing, proof of full vaccination with identification, mask wearing, and social distancing at the Hult Center. Details are provided with your ticket purchase and can be found HERE. Please note that due to increased demand, walk-in testing appointments are no longer available though Curative, located at the Hult Center. We encourage you to schedule your appointment as soon as possible to ensure your attendance.
Ballet Insider Video
Ballet Insider, our new video-based format, gives Eugene Ballet fans an “insiders” look into each performance. You’ll learn more about the growing trend toward female leadership in dance and watch interviews with the choreographers. Find your seat in the Silva Concert Hall about 15 minutes prior to each show, or watch it now, HERE.
Digital Program Book
Our beautiful 48-page full-color printed Season Program Books and our Celebration of the Uncommon Woman Performance Insert will be available at the Hult Center before you take your seat. Or click HERE to enjoy the digital version with cast lists, and biographies of the five female choreographers. Thank you to our publication advertisers and our performance sponsors!
What’s Happening In The Lobby
Beverages and snacks are available from Hult Center concessions. Get a selfie with friends and family at the Eugene Ballet selfie station! Look for the Uncommon Gifts dedication display. Eugene Ballet supporters honor an uncommon person in their lives, inspired by a $10,000 gift from Elizabeth Ynetma of Dance Data Project in honor of Artistic Director Toni Pimble’s more than four decades of female leadership in dance.