Fall Fete: Twisted Tales
Fall Fete: Twisted Tales
In the Strauss Black Box Theatre at the Kirkwood Performing Arts Center
Ballet 314 celebrates the start of our 4th season, with a re-introduction to who we are as a professional ballet company dedicated to showcasing the talent in St. Louis. This seasonal mixed bill will highlight choreography and storytelling, and will leave the audience ready to join us for performances to come. Enjoy themed appetizers and beverages as you meet and mingle with our company members. Funds from ticket sales as well as raffle, silent auction, and open bidding will support our nonprofit organization in a variety of ways, including providing scholarship opportunities for our community cast, and supporting our professional dancers through our pointe shoe fund.
Schedule of events:
6:00pm Doors Open & Refreshments Served
Ticket purchase includes appetizers as well as a complimentary fall-themed cocktail or mock-tail
6:45pm Mixed Bill Performance
8:15pm Final Raffle and Auction
Following the Final Raffle, meet and mingle with Ballet 314 dancers at the after party!
More about the Program:
This hour long performance will feature 4 unique works by two choreographers. From classical Vivaldi to poetry recitations, this mixed bill will leave the audience spellbound!
Robert Poe will present Whispers of Autumn - an energetic and captivating pointe piece created to Vivaldi's "Autumn" score, as well as a continuation of his work titled Poe2, inspired by the work of Edgar Allen Poe. Audience members will feel these twisted tales come to life as the dancers tell the story through movement while historical storyteller extraordinaire, Anne Williams recites several of Poe's most famous poems, including The Raven and The Masque of the Red Death.
Also on this program, choreographer and company dancer Marcela Gomez Lugo expands her work Entre La Vida y la Muerte (Between Life and Death) which premiered in 2021, as well as her most recent new work titled Delicately Burning featuring poetry from her published collection titled Leaves/Hojas.
All seating is General Admission
|TICKET TYPE||TICKET PRICE||SERVICE CHARGE||TOTAL PER TICKET|
|Day of Show||$40.00||$6.00||$46.00|
MetroTix sales end 15 minutes past showtime.
Located in the heart of Kirkwood's bustling downtown, the Kirkwood Performing Arts Center (KPAC) features a 529 seat Ross Family Theatre and 150 seat Strauss Black Box Theatre. KPAC is located at the corner of South Taylor Avenue and Monroe Avenue in downtown Kirkwood.
Please note that tickets for Stages and The Rep at the Kirkwood Performing Arts Center are not available through MetroTix. Please visit their websites through the links below:
THE REP Ticketing
Kirkwood PAC website