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THE NUTCRACKER

First production 

For our three hundred guests we have prepared two classic pas de deux from Swan Lake and Don Quixote along with a commissioned contemporary piece by Leah McCall (Clouds, The Mind On The (Re)Wind), a Broadway style piece by Andre Megerdichian (Sing Sing Sing), a classical ballet Overture choreographed by ten year old Alianna Nassos, one duet inspired by the movie Ghost re-imagined by Eris Nezha and choreographed by Andre Megerdichian, and a pulp creation by Gianluca Schiavoni, BlackstoneEverything accompanied by the twenty-five musicians of the Dream Orchestra of Los Angeles, directed by Daniel Suk. The intermezzo was hosted by principal dancer and comedian Tigran Sargsyan, and even a very touching poem by Los Angeles’ iconic poet Charles Bukowski has made its way into the show.

A heartfelt thank you to our dancers, choreographers, team and the staff of the Ebell Theater; and, of course, the biggest thank you goes to all our guests for a truly magical and unforgettable evening! 

We're now looking forward to moving into our official inaugural season and seeing you again soon! Stay tuned for more info.

Pictures by Edie Tyebkhan and Fresh Print Media.

SOFT LAUNCH OF HOLLYWOOD BALLET

First Show and Inaugural Party on August 22nd, 2023, at the historic Ebell of Los Angeles!

For our three hundred guests we have prepared two classic pas de deux from Swan Lake and Don Quixote along with a commissioned contemporary piece by Leah McCall (Clouds, The Mind On The (Re)Wind), a Broadway style piece by Andre Megerdichian (Sing Sing Sing), a classical ballet Overture choreographed by ten year old Alianna Nassos, one duet inspired by the movie Ghost re-imagined by Eris Nezha and choreographed by Andre Megerdichian, and a pulp creation by Gianluca Schiavoni, BlackstoneEverything accompanied by the twenty-five musicians of the Dream Orchestra of Los Angeles, directed by Daniel Suk. The intermezzo was hosted by principal dancer and comedian Tigran Sargsyan, and even a very touching poem by Los Angeles’ iconic poet Charles Bukowski has made its way into the show.

A heartfelt thank you to our dancers, choreographers, team and the staff of the Ebell Theater; and, of course, the biggest thank you goes to all our guests for a truly magical and unforgettable evening! 

We're now looking forward to moving into our official inaugural season and seeing you again soon! Stay tuned for more info.

Pictures by Edie Tyebkhan and Fresh Print Media.

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