Tickets Now On Sale For Carolina Ballet Theatre’s Snow White The Ballet

Greenville, S.C. – August 31, 2017–Tickets for Carolina Ballet Theatre’s Snow White The Ballet are now available through the Peace Center. Carolina Ballet Theatre’s Snow White The Ballet is a unique retelling of the classic fairytale. Traditionally, the story portrays the deep envy of the wicked stepmother and the evil that ensues. Carolina Ballet Theatre’s imaginative adaption of the classic favorite beautifully captures both the comedic side of the dwarfs and wicked stepmother and the innocence of Snow White. Snow White the Balletmasterfully conveys the beauty in the fact that true love comes in many formats.

The unique retelling features choreography by the acclaimed Mark Diamond, choreographer for Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux at the Chautauqua Institution and Program Director for Charlotte Ballet II.  Diamond has taught and choreographed in Europe, Japan, and the U.S. and has choreographed over twenty ballets for the Charlotte Ballet.

In addition to placing the comedic dwarfs on center stage, the ballet diverts from typical narrative and features a male dancer as the iconic wicked stepmother turned evil queen. The ballet is composed utilizing a collage of musical scores in order to craft a novel and unforgettable experience.

The full performance of Snow White The Ballet will be on Saturday, September 30th at 2:30pm and 7pm. Tickets for the full performance are $35. The educational showing of Snow White The Ballet is Friday, September 29th at 10am.  Ticket pricing for this version is $10. The educational show will be a condensed version of the full performance; timing out at approximately 45 minutes long. This will feature the professional dancers and delivers a message about love and forgiveness, with a healthy dose of humor. Additionally, dance technique and style will be described to the audience. Tickets for both versions may be purchased online at Mark Diamond, Snow White The Ballet choreographer, will be available for interviews throughout September. Contact Marie Blough for interviews at (864) 201-2626.