Spectacular views, dancing and fine dining await audiences during Alabama Ballet’s outdoor performances Aug. 13-14 at Gorham’s Bluff.
In the Bluffside Dance Tent overlooking the Tennessee River Valley, those in the audience can interact with artistic team members, who will answer questions, give demonstrations and offer commentary about the different pieces.
On schedule for both evenings are pieces highlighting both contemporary and classical choreography, including excerpts from “Giselle” and “Le Corsaire” as well as Roger Van Fleteren’s “Shostakovich.” Back by popular demand will be Christopher Bruce’s rocking “Rooster.”
Audience members may attend the Patron’s Dinner provided by Gorham’s executive chef prior to the performance. Tickets for the dinner and performance are $75 per person. Tickets to the dinner, performance and bus transportation from Alabama Ballet’s Studios in Birmingham to Gorham’s Bluff are $100.
Call 975-2787 for tickets or e-mail email@example.com for information.