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OMG, The Donkey’s Here, The Donkey’s Here! Our 2012 San Francisco Ballet Season Ends with Don Quixote, Through May 6th

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012

If you want to ease into ballet, the way to do it is with your Three-Act Story Ballets, right? You get a beginning, a middle, and an end. What could be better than that.

As here, and now, with the last show of the 2012 season, Don Quixote with new scenery and new costumes.

Oh, and a new donkey too!

Click to expand – via the San Francisco Ballet

You’ve got ten different chances to see DQ in Civic Center. Which will you pick?

See you there!

And don’t forget:

“All Meet the Artist interviews are held at the War Memorial Opera House and begin one hour prior to curtain. Pointes of View Lectures are conducted from 6–7pm in the Green Room, located on the second floor of the Veterans Building or in the Herbst Theatre on the ground floor of the Veterans Building, conveniently located across the courtyard from the War Memorial Opera House at 401 Van Ness Avenue (at McAllister Street).

Fri, April 27, 8pm* | Sun, April 29, 2pm* | Wed, May 2, 7:30pm^ | Sun, May 6, 2pm*

*Meet the Artist Interview/^Pointes of View Lecture

View Meet the Artist Interview and Pointes of View Lecture details and descriptions.”