April 5 – 7

Filled with bravado and humor, this family-friendly story ballet is an exciting addition to the robust PTD performance season. This abridged production of Don Quixote has been expertly staged by Xiomara Reyes, Professional Training Division Head, and Rinat Imaev, Senior Faculty in charge of the PTD Men’s Program, to showcase the fabulous talent of the Professional Training Division dancers alongside students of The Washington School of Ballet.
Ages 6+
Adult ($40)
Reserved seating
Child 12 & under ($35)
Reserved seating
ADA Seating Policy: If you are purchasing a ticket for a companion seat, please ensure that this ticket is also designated as an ADA ticket.
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Co-founded in 1944 by the late Mary Day and Lisa Gardiner, The Washington School of Ballet (TWSB) is recognized nationally and internationally for its classical training and dedication to excellence in dance and dance education. TWSB provides a safe, nurturing environment enabling each student to explore their technical and artistic capabilities. Our mission is to inspire the next generation of young dancers to grow and expand to their full potential and to keep our community dancing.
The school trains more than 900 enrolled students each year at its Northwest Campus studios on Wisconsin Avenue and an additional 350 enrolled students at its Southeast Campus housed at The Town Hall Education, Arts and Recreation Center (THEARC). More than 1600 adult students take class through TWSB’s Open Class programs which are held at both campuses.