Tour to Joyce
Exclusive after party at The Maritime Hotel*
Package Price: $175
Tickets to all other performances go on sale November 26 and will only be available through
The Joyce Theater: 175 Eighth Avenue at 19th Street
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Cincinnati Ballet's New York tour will be the culminating celebration of our 50th Anniversary Season. We hope you'll join us! If you have any questions, the Frequently Asked Questions below may offer some helpful insight. Start spreading the news...
Where is The Joyce?
175 Eighth Avenue, New York, NY 10011. For information about directions and parking in New York, please visit The Joyce’s website.
What will Cincinnati Ballet be performing at The Joyce?
Cincinnati Ballet makes its Joyce debut during its 50th Anniversary Season with three New York City premieres that are as sensuous as they are virtuosic. Performances include Hummingbird in a Box, featuring seven brand new compositions by Grammy Award-winning guitarist Peter Frampton; Chasing Squirrel, an audacious and eccentric work by the ever-surprising Trey McIntyre; and a new ballet by Val Caniparoli which gracefully intertwines live musicians performing Paganini’s Violin Caprices into the heart of the choreographer’s robust and technically inventive movement style.
Hummingbird in a Box
Choreography by Adam Hougland
Music by Peter Frampton and Gordon Kennedy
Premiered April 26, 2013 during Frampton & Cincinnati Ballet Live
Janessa Touchet & Cervilio Miguel Amador | Photography: © Peter Mueller | Click the image to see more photos
Choreography by Val Caniparoli
Music by Niccolò Paganini
Premiered September 12, 2013 during The Kaplan New Works Series
Cincinnati Ballet dancers | Photography: © Peter Mueller | Click the image to see more photos
Choreography by Trey McIntyre
Music by Kronos Quartet
Premiered in 2004 at the Vail International Dance Festival
Mishic Marie Corn | Photography: © Peter Mueller | Click the image for more information
How do I purchase tickets?
If you’re planning to attend the Saturday, May 10 at 8 pm performance, you may purchase tickets through Cincinnati Ballet’s website as a package with the after party. Tickets to all other performances are available November 26, 2013 through The Joyce Theater’s website Joyce.org or by calling JoyceCharge at 212.242.0800.
How much are tickets?
Joyce tickets start as low as $10 and vary depending on your seat location. Ticket prices can fluctuate and will most likely rise as each performance gets closer. We encourage patrons to purchase early in order to get tickets at the best price. Additional handling fees will be applied to all orders. Special Saturday evening ticket packages including a ticket to the Saturday, May 10 at 8 pm performance and exclusive after party at the Maritime Hotel are now available for $175. The Saturday evening ticket package is available exclusively through Cincinnati Ballet.
Are there any special events being held in conjunction with Cincinnati Ballet’s Joyce performances?
Yes! On Saturday, May 10 at 10 pm, after the 8 pm performance, Cincinnati Ballet dancers, staff and guests will party the night away at an exclusive gathering at the Maritime Hotel. Interested in attending? Buy tickets here. Please note that the after party is limited to guests over 21 years of age.
Also, if you plan to see Cincinnati Ballet at The Joyce earlier in the week on Wednesday, May 7, stay with us after the curtain goes down for a post-performance dialogue with Artistic Director and CEO Victoria Morgan. This Dance Chat is part of The Joyce’s Dance Education Program.
I’m traveling from Cincinnati. Are there group travel arrangements being made?
Due to the number of travelers coming from various organizations and at different times throughout the week, all individuals are making their own travel and accommodation arrangements.
Where should I stay? Are there group rates available at area hotels?
The Joyce Theater is located in the Chelsea area of Manhattan (175 Eighth Avenue, New York, NY) and guests are welcome to select whichever hotel suits their travel needs. Because of the varying needs of travelers, no group rates have been arranged.
Are there restaurants close to The Joyce where we can dine before or after the performance?
The Joyce has cultivated special partnerships with a variety of eateries within the neighborhood. Please click here to find out more.
I’ve heard other organizations from Cincinnati will be in New York at the same time. How can I get more information about their events?
You’re right! In fact, many of Cincinnati’s arts organizations and community leaders will be involved in events throughout the week in New York City including a performance of the May Festival Chorus and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall on Friday, May 9. How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Practice, practice, practice. How do you find out more about what Cincinnati organizations are doing in New York? Click here for more information.
Cincinnati Ballet's New York tour would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors:
Manuel D. & Rhoda Mayerson Foundation
Dr. Stanley & Mickey Kaplan Foundation
Julie & Steven Shifman
David C Herriman
The Carl Jacobs Foundation, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee
Dorothy O'Brien & Richard Antoine
John & Jennifer Stein
Lois M. & Phillip S. Cohen
Frost Brown Todd LLC
Karen & Christopher Bowman