Oklahoma City Ballet Tickets

2024/2025 Season

Explore all upcoming Oklahoma City ballet and dance performances in the 2024/2025 season. This season is set to showcase an impressive array of performances, blending the elegance of classical ballet with the dynamic energy of modern dance. Whether you’re a connoisseur of the classics or a fan of avant-garde movements, Oklahoma City’s forthcoming season offers a rich tapestry of artistic expression. Secure your spot at the forefront of dance by purchasing authentic ballet tickets to this season’s most anticipated ballet and dance events.

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Ballet & Dance in Oklahoma City

Performances 2024/2025

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  • Oklahoma City Ballet: Shorts
    May
    10
    2024
    7:30 PM
    Fri
    73102, 201 North Walker Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK, US
    Prices from $78
    Avg. price ~ $163
    Available Tickets: 186
    Tickets
  • Oklahoma City Ballet: Shorts
    May
    11
    2024
    7:30 PM
    Sat
    73102, 201 North Walker Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK, US
    Prices from $88
    Avg. price ~ $171
    Available Tickets: 161
    Tickets
  • Oklahoma City Ballet: Shorts
    May
    12
    2024
    2:00 PM
    Sun
    73102, 201 North Walker Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK, US
    Prices from $88
    Avg. price ~ $181
    Available Tickets: 155
    Tickets
  • Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma: Cinderella
    Aug
    03
    2024
    2:00 PM
    Sat
    73102, 201 North Walker Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK, US
    Prices from $103
    Avg. price ~ $385
    Available Tickets: 55
    Tickets

List Of All Performances

Most Popular Ballets

The term “best” can be subjective, especially in the arts, but there are certainly ballets that have stood the test of time and are revered for their choreography, music, and impact on the ballet world. Here are some of the most celebrated ballets:


  • The Nutcracker by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky is a holiday classic known for enchanting music and festive storyline. It’s particularly famous for pieces like “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy” and “Waltz of the Flowers.”
  • Swan Lakeby Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky is known for its demanding lead roles, iconic music, and the tragic love story between Prince Siegfried and Odette, a princess turned into a swan by an evil sorcerer’s curse.
  • Giselle by Adolphe Adam – A romantic ballet in two acts, “Giselle” tells the story of a peasant girl who dies of a broken heart after discovering her lover is betrothed to another. The ballet is particularly noted for the “Wilis,” a group of supernatural women who dance men to death.
  • Cinderella is an enchanting story for all ages with a beautiful dose of humor, the majesty of classical ballet, and the promise of “happily ever after.”
  • Sleeping Beauty by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky – Another masterpiece known for its exquisite production, fairy tale charm, and challenging lead roles. The “Rose Adagio” is one of ballet’s most famous sequences.
  • Romeo and Juliet by Sergei Prokofiev – Based on Shakespeare’s tragic play, this ballet is celebrated for its dramatic score and the emotional depth of its lead roles. It’s a staple in the repertoire of many companies.
  • Coppélia” by Léo Delibes is a comedic ballet about a doll, Coppélia, who is so lifelike that a village youth, Franz, becomes infatuated with her, causing jealousy in his true love, Swanilda.
  • Don Quixote by Ludwig Minkus – Inspired by Miguel de Cervantes’ classic novel, this ballet is noted for its Spanish flair, technical bravado, and the spirited character of Kitri.
  • Serenade by George Balanchine to music by Tchaikovsky is a milestone in American ballet. It is Balanchine’s first ballet created in America and is notable for its beauty, innovation, and use of an ensemble in neoclassical ballet.
  • Dracula Ballet – In the Shadow of Evil. Enter the terrifying domain of the legendary vampire whose insatiable bloodlust wrecks horror and destruction on his unwitting victims.

These ballets are performed by companies worldwide and continue to draw audiences for their incredible choreography, music, and the emotional depth of their storytelling.