Complex themes and creative dance are explored through selections of works from San Francisco Ballet’s “Unbound: A Festival of New Works,” October 23-28. See below for details on how to win tickets!

Forget the starched tutus and elaborate stage sets of your typical classical ballet performance. Enter the “Unbound” world to experience the best of the San Francisco Ballet. Six choreographers will dazzle you with the energy and creativity of each piece.

The performances are categorized as Program A: Works by McIntyre, Wheeldon, and Dawson and Program B: Works by Liang, Marston, and Peck. Listen to the music for each program and read about its central themes before deciding on a performance. Each choreographer describes his influences and underlying vision for each dance. To sample the music and watch video previews, visit the event guide.

Photo by Erik Tomasson

Before You Go

WHERE: Kennedy Center Opera House 2700 F Street NW in Washington, D.C.
WHEN: October 23-28, 2018
TICKETS: $29-$99 (Use promo code 312144 for special discounted tickets, or click here)
PARKING: Valet Parking or Pay Garage

Exclusive Ticket Giveaway for OCN Readers:

From now until 5 p.m. EST on October 17, 2018, comment below with your favorite Kennedy Center memory. If this would be your first visit, let us know instead whom you would bring to the ballet and why. 

Winners will be chosen from all OCN reader comments. Two pairs of tickets (10/26 evening and 10/27 matinee performances) are available.

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