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The Stockbridge Theatre is currently being utilized as an academic space for Pinkerton Academy.

All in-person live events in our Presenting Season have been suspended in response to COVID-19 but thank you for joining us for our first ever, Fall Virtual Series. We hope to continue bringing you stellar performing arts programming this spring, so stay tuned!

Please feel free to call the Box Office and leave a message. Thank you for your patience and understanding!

Wishing everyone a lovely holiday season and a peaceful New Year!
We miss you! Much love from everyone at the Stockbridge.

Thank you for making our first Virtual Series a success!
While it may be some time before we can welcome patrons back to the Stockbridge in person, we were so pleased to bring you a new Virtual Series featuring the same high quality performing arts you have grown to know and love seeing at the Stockbridge.
Stay Tuned for more information on a possible Spring Series!
Learn more at: www.virtualstockbridge.com

New Hampshire venues and all of the many people who perform on our stages care about providing world class entertainment in the Granite State. We also care about the safety of our patrons, employees, and performers. Due to the recent rise in Covid-19 cases, you might find us limiting programs, taking short pauses or extended intermissions. Please continue to wear masks, wash your hands, and social distance. We will be back.

Ballet Hispánico

Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 at 7:00pm

Ballet Hispánico, the nation’s premier Latino dance organization, has been bringing communities together to celebrate and explore Latino cultures through innovative dance productions, transformative dance training, and community engagement for nearly 50 years. The Company is a group of highly trained professionals who perform the works of Latino choreographers for audiences around the world.

Ballet Hispánico brings its all-Latina choreographers program to Stockbridge Theater. In Con Brazos Abiertos, Michelle Manzanales explores with humility, nostalgia, and humor the iconic Mexican symbols that she was reluctant to embrace as a Mexican-American child growing up in Texas. Powerful and resonant, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s Línea Recta explores an intriguing aspect of flamenco: the conspicuous absence of physical contact between dancers. Lastly, in 3. Catorce Dieciséis, Tania Pérez-Salas draws inspiration from the number Pi to reflect on the circularity of our movement through life.

Ballet Hispánico brings captivating style, crisp technique, and charismatic bravado to the stage. “The versatile Ballet Hispánico dancers are exquisite” (The Washington Post).

 

 

 

Tickets range from $15-$25