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Peer Gynt

For the first time in our 38-year history, we present the dramatic and entrancing Norwegian tale of Peer Gynt. Bring your passport and journey along at Toni Pimble’s remarkable retelling of dramatist Henrik Ibsen’s play, as we follow Peer Gynt’s adventures…

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Day at the Ballet

Eugene Ballet is hosting it's final Day at the Ballet for the 17/18 season! Day at the Ballet is an exciting opportunity for intermediate to advanced dance students to take a master class and attend a Eugene Ballet performance at…

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Peer Gynt

For the first time in our 38-year history, we present the dramatic and entrancing Norwegian tale of Peer Gynt. Bring your passport and journey along at Toni Pimble’s remarkable retelling of dramatist Henrik Ibsen’s play, as we follow Peer Gynt’s adventures…

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Parents’ Night Out

Treat yourself to a wonderful evening as you enjoy the music and dance of Eugene Ballet's Peer Gynt. Meanwhile, your kids will have a fun evening of their own at The Eugene Ballet Academy as they dance, play, and craft…

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The People of Peer Gynt: Michael Peterson

Eugene Ballet’s production of Peer Gynt is a showcase of artist collaboration: Toni Pimble, Brian McWhorter, Satoko Motouji and Jessey Zepeda have each played an important role in bringing Peer Gynt to fruition. Yet there is still something, someone, missing.…

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Subscriber Tuesday for Peer Gynt

Subscriber Tuesday for Peer Gynt Tuesday, April 10, 2018, 5:30 – 7:30pm Oregon Electric Station   Are you a Eugene Ballet subscriber? Join us for a unique opportunity to mix and mingle with Eugene Ballet’s dancers leading up to the performances…

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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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