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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 Percussion Pius Cheung, is a fantastic collaboration between dancer and musician rarely seen in the ballet world. Age of Innocence from Ballet Met’s Artistic Director Edwaard Liang and Suzanne Haag’s Conduct round out this incredible program.
Hult Center COVID-19 Safety Policies
Beginning March 12, 2022 the Hult Center for the Performing Arts will no longer require mandatory face masks or proof of vaccination or negative COVID test for entry. Please visit the Hult Center website’s Health & Safety section for details on requirements, and all other important details. Please contact the Ticket Office at 541-682-5000 with additional questions.
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 creation of this incredible music by world-renowned musicians located right here in Eugene, 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 Book and our Heaven and Earth Performance Insert are available at the Hult Center before you take your seat. Or click HERE to enjoy the digital version with cast lists, biographies, and more. Thank you to our publication advertisers and our performance sponsors: Syman-Degler Group and the Nils and Jewel Hult Endowment Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation!
What’s Happening In The Lobby: Special Edition
While you’re considering purchasing beverages or snacks from the Hult Center’s concessions, be sure to get a close look at the wondrous Odenhamer’s Accordilodeon Mobilis, one of three magical steampunk creations from Joe Mross and the Archive Designs team. This “carriage organ” will appear (and move) on stage with the Company in Toni Pimble’s world premiere of Taming of the Shrew, May 14–15.
If you are attending our Sunday matinee performance, be sure to arrive early to join us for a special treasure hunt! Find one of our pointe shoes hidden in the lobby and bring it to the Eugene Ballet table to claim your prize, including ticket vouchers for Taming of the Shrew, autographed Heaven and Earth posters, Euphoria Chocolate goodies, and more.