The availability of all of the Nutcracker performances online this winter has made us even more aware of alternative ways to view ballet this season.
Below is a calendar of online ballet performances to help you easily find world-class performing arts to enjoy from the comfort of your home – at least until theatres start re-opening globally. Some of these offerings are free to watch while others require tickets that can be purchased individually or as part of a subscription package.
Further down this page are links to reviews we have written for programs virtually viewed thus far.
And included at the end are the companies who have committed to a full digital 2020-201 season. Most began earlier this fall and run through the spring.
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It’s important to keep in mind that not all of the ballets presented are necessarily the versions we are familiar with as many companies have adapted their traditional productions in order to accommodate physical distance restrictions and/or to better suit a digital experience.
We hope that you find this page helpful. It will be updated regularly as more information comes in and every time a new review is published; so be sure to bookmark it for quick and easy reference!
The Online Ballet Performances list below focuses on just those that are available to a broader, global audience.
To find all professional ballet performances – whether they be in-person, on the big screen, broadcasting on your local television channel, or online – check out our Ballet Performances Calendar. Here you can filter results by company, date, and and keyword you search for.
Online Ballet Performances
Online Ballet Performances Reviews
The National Ballet of Canada Spotlight Series is part of the company's 2020-2021 virtual season with existing works and new ones created for the...
James Casey's Winter Weather is a film featuring ABT's Devon Teuscher and Cory Stearns dancing Gemma Bond's choreography.
Sarasota Ballet Review of Program 3 of their Digital Fall Season gives the company an opportunity to showcase their diverse talents.
Tulsa Ballet Review of The Lost Nutcracker explores this holiday performance featuring choreography by Ma Cong, Joshua L. Peugh, and Luciano Cannito.