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Petra Conti Tigran Sargsyan in Lady of the Camellias

2022/2023 Season

2022/2023 Season > 

DECEMBER 3, 2022 – JUNE 17, 2023

Season 2022/2023

A Season of contemporary masterworks, Premieres, a World Premiere from LAB’s new Artistic Director, and LA's holiday tradition. 

The Nutcracker Performance
DECEMBER 3–26, 2022

Christensen/Neary | Tchaikovsky


The Nutcracker is LA’s holiday tradition, essential for celebrating the season. Clara and her Nutcracker battle a most memorable Mouse King, encounter dancing Snowflakes, and travel to the Palace of the Dolls.

Ballet Performance by Wheeldon
MARCH 16–18, 2023

An Evening with Christopher Wheeldon

Ghosts Wheeldon/Winger

Fool's Paradise Wheeldon/Talbot  LA Premiere

Morphoses Wheeldon/Ligeti LAB Premiere


Three iconic works from master contemporary choreographer Christopher Wheeldon exclusively at The Broad Stage.

Lady of the Camellias Performance
MAY 27 – JUNE 3, 2023

Caniparoli | Chopin LA Premiere


This is a story of love, sacrifice and longing. Armand falls passionately in love with a celebrated courtesan of Parisian high society. Only for a fleeting moment do the lovers live their dream. Val Caniparoli’s Lady of theCamellias is a work of striking theatrical power.


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LAB supporters Bari Milken Bernstein and Tara Lipinski; Photo: Capture Imaging

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2022/2023 Season

Los Angeles Ballet is delighted to offer a season of breathtaking contemporary masterworks, Los Angeles and LAB Premieres, a World Premiere from Melissa Barak - LAB’s new Artistic Director, and LA’s holiday tradition, The Nutcracker. Subscriptions On Sale Now.

2022/2023 Season
JUNE 15 – 17, 2023


Barak | Richter World Premiere


Memoryhouse is LAB Artistic Director Melissa Barak’s full-evening dance work, an abstract ballet composed of vignettes commemorating the Holocaust, set to Max Richter’s powerful album of the same name.

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