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The Texans have long created an impression of being happy-go-lucky Yankees spouting clichés such as "yeeha" and "ride 'em cowboy" and roping steer and herding cattle all day long.  Hence, one would imagine that the last thing on their minds would be prancing around in leotards and tutus. However, the Houston Ballet has smashed through this stereotype and has established a world renowned legacy in the past five decades. Amongst the US ballet companies, it is the fourth largest, right after San Francisco Ballet, New York City Ballet and the American Ballet Theater and boasts an ensemble consisting of 52 dancers that has performed all across the world in places such as Moscow, London, Montreal, New York, Hong Kong, Spain and China. With an annual budget outlay of $19.2 million, Houston Ballet has an endowment of $57.6 million and recently relocated to its brand new facility Center of Dance in the midst of the Theater District in Houston downtown. Alight upon some Houston Ballet tickets for discovering a world full of quintessential contemporary renditions of classical and 20th century ballet pieces.

About Houston Ballet

The story of Houston Ballet is spun out from the Houston Ballet foundation that was established in 1955 and soon founded the seminal Houston Ballet Academy that spawned the eponymous company in 1969. The Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo played an instrumental role in facilitating the growth of Houston Ballet as both of the first artistic director of the academy as well that of the subsequent company were former dancers with the Russian entity, namely Tatiana Semenova and Nina Popova respectively. The legacy of UK's Royal Ballet and English National Ballet was brought to Houston Ballet in 1976 when Ben Stevenson took over as artistic director. Under his leadership, Houston Ballet saw the induction of a core group of resident choreographers such as Christopher Bruce and moved into its first state-of-the-art facility of Wortham Theater Center in 1987. This enabled the company to perform up to 75 times a year until it shifted its operation to its current residence in April 2011. By scoring some cheap Houston Ballet tickets, you can immerse yourself in this season's lineup of performances in the spanking new facility.
The Houston Ballet Center for Dance entailed a price tag of $46.6 million and a six-storied building that offers 115,000-square-foot of space for performances, training, offices and other facilities. Houston Ballet's current base of operations has been designed by the world renowned architectural entity Gensler. Houston Ballet Center for Dance is reputedly the largest professional facility of its kind in the entire nation and is located right behind the company's old headquarters of Wortham Theater Center. Watching one of the US's premier ballet companies dip into its repertoire within its new performance space is a veritable treat so get some 2015 Houston Ballet tickets to relish it wholeheartedly. 
2003 saw Stanton Welch, an acclaimed choreographer from the Land Down Under step into the shoes of artistic directorship that had previously been worn by Ben Stevenson for a quarter-of-a-century. In almost a decade under Mr. Welch's leadership, Houston Ballet witnessed a renaissance of classical technique as well as underwent an enrichment of its repertoire with direct ballet input from its incumbent artistic director. Stanton Welch has choreographed up to eighteen works for Houston Ballet that range from ‘Indigo’ in 1999 and ‘Bolero’, ‘Tales of Texas’, ‘Bruiser’,Blindness’ and ‘Nosotros’ in the first half of the 2000s to ‘The Four Seasons’, ‘Swan Lake’, ‘The Core’, ‘Marie’, ‘Elements’, ‘40’, ‘A Doll's House’, ‘Punctilious’, ‘The Ladies’, ‘Mediaeval Baebe’s and ‘La Bayadère’ in the second half of the last decade.
Having performed exclusively choreographed versions of traditional ballets such as Welch's Cinderella and Stevenson's Romeo and Juliet, the latter having even been performed in China and telecast live to 500 million denizens, Houston Ballet is all geared up to execute its line-up for the 2012-2013 season.  From the world premieres of works by Aszure Barton and Edward Liang in September 2012 and March 2013 respectively, the season will bring forth Artistic director Stanton Welch's new production of The Rite of Spring as well as the company premier of Ballet Imperial from George Balanchine and Twyla Tharp's The Brahms-Haydn Variations, along with a visit from an old friend, the full-length Peter Pan of Mark Morris. So book some Houston Ballet tickets now to be taken on a "Wild, Wild, Western" ride courtesy a cohort of caprioling cowboys.

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