The International Ballet Theatre is proud to offer our patrons the opportunity to stream our productions online via Vimeo On Demand. This unique presentation of our performances allows us not only to archive our repertoire but also to give audiences all over the world the opportunity to view our ballets.
Upcoming productions and those from our archive will be added in the forthcoming weeks!
Productions are set up to stream via your mobile device, tablet, or browser.
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THE NUTCRACKER | 2022
A Christmas tradition decades old, IBT's The Nutcracker wows audiences with its vibrant costumes and brilliant sets. Staged with traditional choreography, exotic dancers, and a fierce battle scene with soldiers and mice, our cast will dazzle you with a spectacle of the ages.
Clara and her handsome Nutcracker Prince await your arrival, where they will take you on a journey beyond the snow-covered forest to the land of sweets.
THE NUTCRACKER | 2021
DRACULA | 2022
An IBT original production, Dracula has become a cult classical ballet for the patrons of the Pacific Northwest. This mesmerizing spectacle has left audiences in awe with its elegant yet dark and mystifying drama of love for almost two decades. Enjoy a thrilling evening filled with diverse artistic offerings, from classical ballet and Eastern European folk rhythms to modern and contemporary styles of dance.
EVENING OF ONE ACT BALLETS | 2019
The International Ballet Theatre is proud to present a spectacular showcase of talent. Directed by IBT Artistic Director Vera Altunina, an Evening of One-Act Ballets is a collection of work featuring excerpts from two timeless classics and an original contemporary composition.
ACT I: Grand Pas from Paquita
Choreography by M. Petipa, Music of L. Minkus, Staged by Vera Altunina
ACT II: Somehow a Memory
an original contemporary production
Choreography by Francois Serre Y Berga, Music of Edvard Grieg
ACT III: Aurora’s Wedding
(Act III from "Sleeping Beauty”)
Choreography by M. Petipa, Music of P. I. Tchaikovsky
Staged by Vera Altunina