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TICKET INFORMATION
★★★★★
“an electrifying triumph which any dance or theatre fan must not miss.”
—The Daily Express (UK)
Jun 8—Jun 11, 2022
Giselle
Dance

Giselle
English National Ballet
Direction and choreography by Akram Khan

 
The iconic ballet, reimagined.
One of today’s most celebrated dance artists, Akram Khan, brings breathtaking vision to the greatest Romantic ballet and its story of love, betrayal, and redemption. Featuring a cast of almost 50 dancers, this acclaimed production by English National Ballet comes to BAM for its New York premiere.
“Stunning—all of it.”
—Chicago Tribune
As the curtain rises, shadowy figures struggle against a forbidding wall. From that moment on, Akram Khan’s Giselle stuns with powerful images and mesmerizing choreography. With a new score by Vincenzo Lamagna adapted from Adolphe Adam’s original composition, the production features spectacular sets and costumes by Academy Award-winning designer Tim Yip (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) and atmospheric lighting design by Mark Henderson. Enter the rich world of Khan’s timely reimagining: a condemned factory haunted by vengeful ghosts and collective female rage.
ON SALE DATES
SINGLE TICKETS ON SALE
Wed Mar 02
BAM Members & Patrons
 
Wed Mar 09
General Public
 
 
VENUE
TICKET INFO
TICKETS START AT  $35
BAM Members receive 20% off through Apr 15. No promo code needed.
All performances will adhere to protocols developed in accordance with New York State regulations and in consultation with medical professionals for the safety of our artists, audiences, and staff
“a triumph of pure stagecraft.”
— Evening Standard (UK)
“Destined to become a contemporary classic.”
— The Stage
“A seminal event.”
— The Arts Desk
“Bravo to the entire company… a beautiful and intelligent remaking of the beloved classic.”
— The New York Times
“Staggeringly beautiful and utterly devastating”
— The Daily Express