ALICE IN WONDERLAND
Choreographed by Brian Enos
Go down the rabbit hole with the dizzyingly beautiful Alice in Wonderland! This captivating production stems from the collaboration between choreographer Brian Enos and visual artist Luis Grané. Enos and Grané bring to life the classic Lewis Carroll story of a girl swept away by her imagination to a place of exquisite beauty and absurdity, where anything is possible and the probable is turned upside down.
Alice in Wonderland combines Grané’s surrealist projection, costume, and set design with Enos’ hybrid of classical and contemporary movement to transport the audience on a journey through the fantastical!
FRI, OCT 18 | 7:30 PM
SAT, OCT 19 | 2:00 PM
SAT, OCT 19 | 7:30 PM
SUN, OCT 20 | 2:00 PM
FRI, OCT 18 | 10:00 AM
For Student Matinee ticket information, please contact Crystal Ramos-Cantu at email@example.com.
Brian Enos, Choreographer
Originally from San Francisco, CA, Brian Enos is the artistic director of The Big Muddy Dance Company in St. Louis, MO, and has been choreographing since age 14. At the age of 18, while still a student in the Houston Ballet Academy, Enos was invited by artistic director Ben Stevenson, O.B.E. to create his first work for Houston Ballet. He has since gone on to create works for companies such as Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Ballet Met, Nashville Ballet, Oklahoma City Ballet, and DanceWorks Chicago, among others.
Enos was named “Best up and coming choreographer” by the Houston Press and was also a winner of the annual Hubbard Street 2 International Choreographic Competition.
As a dancer, he spent several years performing with Houston Ballet before embarking on an eight year career as a dancer and choreographer with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago.
Luis Grane, Visual Artist
Born in Argentina and based in Los Angeles, Grane’s murals and street art can be seen in Los Angeles, Mexico City, Buenos Aires and Tokyo.
Known for his multimedia and design work, he did the production design of Alice in Wonderland as an independent artist for Grand Rapids Ballet in 2017 and it will be shown again with Ballet San Antonio in October 2019.
Grane worked in the entertainment industry as an animator and designer for studios such as Sony, DreamWorks, Warner Bros., Disney, Pixar, Aardman and Laika in such films as Ratatouille (Academy Award Winner for Best Animated Feature); The Matrix, The Boxtrolls, Hotel Transylvania and Spiderman 2 (Academy Award Winner for Best Visual Effects) among others. He is currently a Supervising Director for an upcoming Netflix show.
His art videos and installations such as “Pachinko,” done as part of his Tokyo Wonder Site Arts Residency in Japan, and most recently, “FarFaLoo,” have been show in museums and festivals around the world. In 2019, Grane conducted lectures at the Cineteca Nactional in Mexico City and the Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Join Ballet San Antonio’s dancers onstage as we celebrate the opening of each production!
Post Show Reception is Friday, October 18th immediately following the performance. Price $40 per person.
Purchase your tickets now to be a part of this exclusive one-night-only event where we will come together to enjoy champagne, wine and fellowship onstage at the prestigious Tobin Center for the Performing Arts (limited availability)!
A ticket to the Post-Show Reception does not include admission to the performance. A ticket to the performance is not required.
Plan a fun-filled ballet day to include the Saturday matinee performance followed by a Meet & Greet onstage with the production’s main cast!
Meet & Greet is Saturday, October 19th immediately following the matinee performance. Price $40 per person.
This exclusive professional photo opportunity with the main cast is only available this one-time-only and create magical memories with your friends and family – get your tickets now (limited availability)!
A ticket to the Meet & Greet does not include admission to the performance. A ticket to the performance is not required.
AT THE BARRE (formerly known as Ballet Master Classes)
Meet us At the Barre onstage at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts! This is a ballet class to learn expert ballet instruction from BSA artists! Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to develop your technique and artistry.
AT THE BARRE for ages 8-11 is Saturday, October 19th from 10 am – 11:15 am. Price: $30 per student
AT THE BARRE for ages 12-15 is Sunday, October 20th from 10 am – 11:15 am. Price: $30 per student