On the road: Springing into ballet

April 22, 2012
Daily Herald

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Spring is when a young man’s desire turns to … ballet? The Joffrey Ballet’s season concludes with a repertory program of three sensual, neoclassical works in “Spring Desire.” Presented in 10 performances, the program heralds the return of Edward Liang’s “Age of Innocence” set to the music of Philip Glass and Thomas Newman. Also featured is Jerome Robbins’ “In the Night” danced to Frederick Chopin’s piano nocturnes.

Wednesday to Sunday, April 25 to May 6, at the Auditorium Theatre, 50 E. Congress Pkwy. Get a complete performance schedule at joffrey.org. Single tickets range from $25 to $149. (800) 982-2787 or ticketmaster.com.