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Remembering “Papa Peter”

It was with great sadness that we learned of the passing on July 7 of former Associate Artistic Director/Ballet Master Peter Pawlyshyn in Boston, MA. Originally from Winnipeg, Canada, Peter was a graduate of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School and…

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Save the Date for Pints & Plies!

Join Eugene Ballet and Ninkasi Brewing for a one-of-a-kind day of community gathering. Whether you're meeting for a business lunch or treating the family to a night out, Pints & Pliés has something for everyone! From Noon-9pm, $1 from every…

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Promotions and New Adventures

Our 2021/22 Season has come to a close as summer beckons. We are immensely proud of the dedication and passion our 23 company members brought to the studio and the stage, even in the most uncertain of times. Our dancers…

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Taming of the Shrew: This Weekend Only!

Taming of the Shrew Starts This Saturday!  The world premiere of Taming of the Shrew hits the Silva Stage at the Hult Center this Saturday. Hult Center COVID-19 Safety Policies Beginning March 12, 2022 the Hult Center for the Performing…

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Silver Linings and Steampunk Fantasies

The pandemic’s silver lining was the extended development time Artistic Director Toni Pimble enjoyed creating her latest full length ballet, Taming of the Shrew, opening this weekend at the Hult Center for the Performing Arts. Originally set to premiere in…

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The Play’s Her Thing…

Written by Jerril Nilson Suzanne Haag as Emilia Bassano in rehearsal for Toni Pimble's Taming of the Shrew What brings a certain muse into focus for a creator? The occasional party banter? A bold headline? A societal reckoning with “the…

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If those Bridgerton ballroom walls could talk

Written by Jerril Nilson Photography by Antonio Anacan BalletMet Artistic Director Edwaard Liang spent 15 days in Eugene in early 2020, setting his emotionally and physically dynamic ballet, Age of Innocence, on the dancers of Eugene Ballet. Then, well, you…

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Heaven and Earth: This Weekend Only!

Heaven and Earth, originally scheduled for April 2020, and again in 2021, finally reaches the Hult Center this Saturday and Sunday only. Resident Choreographer Suzanne Haag’s dynamic and groundbreaking work, set to music by University of Oregon’s Associate Professor of…

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2022-2023 Season Announcement

Eugene Ballet’s 2022/23 expanded regular season presents unforgettable and multifaceted world premieres and classic works at the Hult Center for the Performing Arts. One of the greatest romantic ballets of all time, The Sleeping Beauty is a perennial favorite delighting…

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All in Good Time, Including Gongs from the Ceilings

Written by Jerril Nilson Photography by Antonio Anacan and Ari Denison Dancers in rehearsal for Suzanne Haag's Heaven and Earth, photo by Antonio Anacan Ballets take time. Choreography can be improvised, yet works, especially those that are collaborative in nature,…

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