DIRECTOR’S CUT Rescheduled, SNOW WHITE Cancelled at Cincinnati Ballet

CB_new logoAn important message from Cincinnati Ballet Leadership:

You may have heard the news that Governor Mike DeWine has issued an executive order canceling large public gatherings in Ohio in an effort to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Cincinnati Ballet’s upcoming performances of DIRECTOR’S CUT at Cincinnati Music Hall are being rescheduled to April 30-May 2, 2020 at the Aronoff Center for the Arts. We have also made the decision to cancel our upcoming March 28-April 5 performances of Family Series: SNOW WHITE at the Aronoff Center.

SNOW WHITE will be added to the 2020-2021 Season, in lieu of The Little Mermaid. Cincinnati Ballet is committed to the health of our community and these are difficult but necessary decisions. If you are a ticket holder to an affected performance, we will be reaching out to you directly.

These unprecedented circumstances pose financial repercussions for our community and Cincinnati Ballet. As a non-profit arts organization, ticket sales only account for 35% of what it takes to support our world-class ballet company.

Our patrons are our livelihood and the reason our dancers perform each season. We thank you for your continued support of Cincinnati Ballet and value you as a member of our family. Please check back for updates. We will get through this together!


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2 responses to “DIRECTOR’S CUT Rescheduled, SNOW WHITE Cancelled at Cincinnati Ballet

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