Diana Vishneva and Marcelo Gomes.
Photo: MIRA.

Misty Copeland and Alexandre Hammoudi.
Photo: Gene Schiavone.

Isabella Boylston and Joseph Gorak.
Photo: MIRA.

Gillian Murphy.
Photo: Rosalie O'Connor.

Veronika Part and Roberto Bolle.
Photo by Rosalie O'Connor.

Photo by Gene Schiavone.

Gillian Murphy and Roman Zhurbin.
Photo by Gene Schiavone.

Gillian Murphy and Victor Barbee.
Photo by Marty Sohl.

Above, right: Swan Lake.
Photo by Gene Schiavone.

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Group Sales
2016 Spring Season
Metropolitan Opera House • May 9 – July 2, 2016

American Ballet Theatre unveils a spectacular showcase this spring at the Metropolitan Opera House. The magic will be brought to the stage by an illustrious roster of the world's greatest dancers, whose dramtic power and athletic prowess keep groups coming back.

ABT is pleased to invite GROUPS OF 15 OR MORE to join us this spring, and we are delighted to share these 2016 Season highlights:

ABT honors our visionary Artist in Residence Alexei Ratmansky with a Festival of his
adventurous and thought-provoking work that includes a WORLD PREMIERE ballet
performed to Bernstein's Serenade after Plato's Symposium, the AMERICAN PREMIERE
of the The Golden Cockerel, the return of last season's critically acclaimed The Sleeping
and the exhilarating full-evening Shostakovich Trilogy.

Frederick Ashton's final full-length ballet, La Fille mal gardée, comes center stage
with some of the most virtuoso choreography for the youthful Lise and her lover,
Colas. Laced with good humor and inspired by Ashton's affection for the English
countryside, this masterwork makes a welcome return to the ABT repertoire.

Groups love the classics, and ABT has a history of bringing these great tales of passion
and romance to life with exquisite costumes, awe-inspiring sets and flawless storytelling.
This season is no exception with such ballets as Ashton's idyllic jewel Sylvia, Kenneth
MacMillan's romantic Romeo & Juliet, and the ever-popular Swan Lake.

Whether you would like to entertain important clients, employees, dance school students,
or plan special events, club outings and alumni get-togethers, an evening at American
Ballet Theatre offers memories that will last a lifetime.


Group Information
A group is comprised of 15 or more people for a single performance, whether you’re a group of students, professionals or seniors, American Ballet Theatre will be happy to coordinate your ticket request and answer any questions you may have. First, explore our season of great classic full-length ballets, mixed repertory programs and exciting new productions. Then, see our exclusive group benefits, performance calendar and prices, and fill out our Group Order Form or call 212-253-5953.


Groups Enjoy Special Benefits
In addition to an unforgettable experience at ABT, your group will receive:
  • Outstanding SAVINGS
    Prices vary based on performance date and seating section

  • Personalized Service
    Call 212-253-5953 for additional help in organizing your visit.

  • Flexible Payment Options
    Non-refundable deposits of 50% are accepted on orders greater than 15 tickets. Groups will begin to be seated after the 50% deposit is received. Final payments are due 30 days before your performance date. For groups comprised of the 15-person minimum, payment must be made in full for seating. Specific seating requests are not accepted or guaranteed.

  • Group Planning Ideas
    Your group might enjoy adding other activities within the Lincoln Center area that would perfectly complement your visit to ABT. Here are suggestions and information for tours, fine dining, museums and classes for dance students. Just visit our Group Planning Ideas section.

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