Time & Location
Mar 01, 2024, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Bradenton, 5840 26th St W, Bradenton, FL 34207, USA
About the Event
5840 26th St W Building 11
5840 26th St W, Bradenton, FL 34207March 1st & 2nd, 2024
Experience the grand finale of Azara Ballet's inaugural season with "Love between Lines," a mesmerizing contemporary ballet show with an overarching theme of cultural freedom and liberation. This unique production features four original short works of art, each a testament to the creative prowess of Azara Ballet's talented dancers and choreographers.
Love is Love | Choreography, Kate Flowers
As an LGBTQ+ identifying ballerina, Kate was inspired to bring the message of love and equality to the stage through the lens of ballet. Fueled by the lack of queer representation she had growing up in the media and in the dance world, she proudly challenges traditional ballet norms with her piece, Love is Love.
Kodumaa | Choreography, Martin Roosaare
Choreographer Martin Roosaare unveils a lesser-known narrative of his Estonian heritage in this captivating dance piece. Exploring the poignant tale of Estonia's liberation from the Soviet Union in 1991, commonly referred to as the "singing revolution," Roosaare weaves a mesmerizing story using the expressive language of dance, set to the evocative backdrop of Estonian music and compositions.
In the Studio | Choreography, Martin Roosaare & Kate Flowers
This piece unveils the untold stories of dancers. Beyond the masterpiece of beauty and elegance that an audience witnesses in the final product on stage, there are years of passion, hard work and often pain. This piece delves into the internal world and mental struggles of dancers by inviting you to view the perspective "In the Studio".
Ms. Protagonist | Choreography, Olivia Huseonica
Ms Protagonist boldly examines the diverse roles assigned to women in media and society. The dancers convey a compelling message – real women are not confined by prescribed roles or the limited imaginations of those who tell their stories. This cinematic and inspiring work celebrates the profound truth that women are far beyond capable of transcending the inadequate narratives that are often ascribed to them.PRICING
General Admission: $35.00
Senior General Admission (55+): $32.00
Youth General Admission (Ages 1-18): $32.00RUNNING TIME
80 minutes, including a 15 minute intermissionADDITIONAL INFORMATION Refund/Exchange Policy
All sales are final.Late Policy
This show will start promptly at its scheduled event time. Latecomers will be seated in the rear orchestra between performance numbers.
This venue offers accessible parking
This venue is a wheelchair accessible venue
This venue offers wheelchair accessible seating
GROUP TICKETS DISCOUNT o $7.00 off per General Admission regular ticket o Must purchase a minimum of 10 tickets to receive group discount o Use Promo Code: ABGROUP23