From ‘Baby Mouse’ to Drosselmeyer, Kelley McKinley reflects on 30 years in productions of The Nutcracker.
The Nutcracker is a special tradition that brings families together, and what better way to give the gift of live ballet this holiday season than to provide tickets to individuals and families in need.
Fitted in period costume, you join the dancers of Alberta Ballet on stage during Act I's Party Scene. More than merely 'walking on', you'll be one of the extras.Read More
For 50 years, Alberta Ballet has captivated audiences with a strong repertoire of exciting work and an exceptional company of dancers.Read More
As an Alberta Ballet dancer, Nakiska ski patrol member, and cycle motivator at YYC Cycle, Chris Scruggs can’t afford to slow down in the fall and winter months.Read More
Plan to arrive early to catch Dance Talks!Read More
"The vast legacy Gord Downie has left behind is more than artistic; it is humanistic."
Our Artistic Director adds his voice to the many paying tribute to Gord Downie's legacy on news of his passing.Read More
First published in 1782, Dangerous Liaisons was 4 volumes of pure scandal. Today you can read the epistolary work in English translation (a mere 448 pages) or watch the story unfold in ballet, 2 acts in 140 minutes....Read More
Alberta Ballet pursues a unique repertoire that delights ballet enthusiasts and engages new audiences.Read More
The Nutcracker, an Alberta Ballet holiday classic, introduces many audience members to ballet.Read More
Alberta Ballet Founder Ruth Carse grew up in Alberta and, by the 1950s, was dancing with the Academy of Ballet in London.Read More