2021 - 2022 Bolshoi Ballet Season

Tickets and Box Office

General Public - $20

Goddard Members - $15

Senior Citizens - $15

Students - $10

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we ask that visitors wear masks and abide by social-distancing guidelines. Masks will be provided upon request. Common touchpoints are sanitized throughout the day and hand-sanitizer is provided in the lobby. 


Members, sponsors, and the general public alike must call and make reservations before the day of the show to guarantee food service; a light meal, included in the cost of admission, will be served one hour prior to the performance. At door ticket sales will not include a meal at a reduced price.

Bolshoi Ballet Nutcracker

Tuesday, December 19, 2021 at 12:00 pm 

On Christmas eve, Marie and her whole family are gathered around the tree in celebration of the holiday. She receives a magical gift from her godfather Drosselmeyer and soon enough this Christmas eve will take an unexpected turn for her. Marie's new doll comes alive and carries her into a whirlwind adventure.

Bolshoi Ballet Spartacus

Sunday, November 7, 2021 at 12:00 pm 

Spartacus, as is known, was produced twice at the Bolshoi Theatre before Grigorovich, first by Igor Moiseyevy, then by Leonid Jakobson — both well-known masters. The same grandiose music by Aram Khachaturyan, the same legendary stage, virtually the same dancers in the lead roles, and the same mass of historical parallels: the heavy millstones of ancient history turned on stage, and, in the name of that very same freedom, the Thracian Spartacus lost his life, submitting to tragic inevitability. With the appearance of Grigorovich, it was as if all these truths spoke anew. It was as if a different age had set in, a different ballet civilization and this was felt immediately — both in the auditorium and by professionals. Historical and philosophical definitions do not change — what changes is the way they are presented.

Bolshoi Ballet Jewels 

Sunday, January 23, 2021 at 12:00 pm 

Jewels is a three-act ballet created for the New York City Ballet in 1967 by co-founder and founding choreographer, George Balanchine.

One of the most influential 20th century choreographers, George Balanchine was born Georgi Melitonovitch Balanchivadze in St Petersburg, Russia in 1904. His early training in ballet at St Petersburg’s Imperial Theatre School and music at the Petrograd Conservatory of Music, uniquely equipped Balanchine to translate music into dance.