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The People of Peer Gynt: Satoko Motouji

By: Anna Herring Henrik Ibsen’s Peer Gynt is not your typical theater play. In the book History of Theatre, Peer Gynt’s 40 scenes are described as “moving uninhibitedly in time and space and between conscious and unconscious, blending folkloric fantasy…

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The People of Peer Gynt: Brian McWhorter

By: Anna Herring When the curtain closes on a Eugene Ballet performance, Orchestra NEXT conductor Brian McWhorter doesn’t want you to remember the score. In fact, he would think it a compliment if you were to say “I didn’t realize…

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Get Ready for Eugene Ballet’s Annual Gala Event!

Now in its seventh year, our annual FUN-raising event, Table Dances, sometimes gets a little side eye on first mention. Previous patrons have described it “the best benefit event we’ve ever attended.” Let’s find out what you can expect on…

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The People of Peer Gynt: Toni Pimble

By: Anna Herring What would you associate with a Norwegian folktale? Perhaps Vikings or Norse Gods? Thor? Or maybe even Ragnarok (the Norse version of world destruction)?  Peer Gynt, a five act play, written in verse by Henrik Ibsen in…

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A Special Performance of The Nutcracker

We’re thrilled to announce that we have partnered with Orchestra Next and the Hult Center for the Performing Arts to bring a very exciting opportunity to low-income individuals and families in our community. For the first time in more than…

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Thank You For Joining Us

The smoke cleared, the sun shone, and the music played at the Midtown Arts Center BBQ last Sunday! At least 200 guests came out to learn more about the plans for the new Midtown Arts Center and the various arts…

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Eugene Ballet Has A Brand New Look

For nearly 40 years, Eugene Ballet has served our community, and many communities around the Pacific Northwest, with incredible, professional performances to dance classes for all ages and everything in between. As we approach this significant milestone, and prepare to…

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The New Midtown Arts Center

If growth is a measure of success, then the Midtown Arts Center is successfully out of room. In 2006, Eugene Ballet purchased and began renovating the 13,700 square foot building at 1590 Willamette Street in Midtown Eugene. Since then, Midtown…

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