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  • The New York City Ballet is one of the top dance companies in the world.
  • 100 dancers total make up the NYC Ballet roster.
  • The most famous performance by the New York City Ballet is the Nutcracker, which is performed annually in the winter.

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David H Koch Theater
20 Lincoln Center Plz
New York City, New York 10023

Nearest Transit:
72 St (1, 2, 3) 66 St - Lincoln Center (1, 2) 72 St (A, B, C)

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All ages are welcome.

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The NYC Ballet is one of the leading dance companies in the entire world!

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Features: The New York City Ballet is an American ballet company founded in 1948 by Leonard Kirstein and George Balanchine. Notable productions by the New York City Ballet include The Nutcracker, Romeo and Juliet, and A Midsummer Night's Dream. Going to the ballet in NYC is one of the most popular things to do among both NYC Tourists and locals, so don't miss out on a performance next time you're in town!

Why We Go: Spending the night at the ballet is both enjoyable and elegant. You will feel like one of the swankiest NYC Tourists around once you score your tickets to the ballet.

  • A Beautiful Evening: There are few ways better to experience something truly beautiful than at the NYCB. From the beautiful costumes to the wonderful melodies, and of course the athleticism and choreography that the soloists and principal dancers are able to accomplish - it's alluring to almost everyone!
  • Family Friendly Activity: Going to the ballet in NYC is something that the whole family can do together. Whether you're taking your daughter to her first ballet or going with your significant other on a romantic date, a night at the New York City Ballet will always be special and remembered forever.
  • NYC Culture: The NYCB was founded in 1948 by Morton Baum. Today, the New York City Ballet Company features approximately 90 dancers and an active repertory of 150 works. Going to see the is one of the best ways to soak in New York City's performing arts talents.

Inside Knowledge: The New York City Ballet has a different casting for every performance, so while you might love the lead soloist you saw in the performance last year, there may be someone new in the spotlight for the show running now! Everyone gets a chance to shine, but they audition for the role in every performance, so they really earn it!

Do's and Don'ts:

  • Do Buy Your Tickets Online: New York City Ballet tickets can get pricey, but NYC Tourist offers discounted show tickets to make it a little more affordable. This way, you can afford to do more on your trip, or just afford better seats with an even better view of the performance.
  • Do Treat Yourself to Dinner: Make it an even more unforgettable evening with a dinner before the ballet at one of the fine dining restaurants in New York City. There are plenty of elegant places to choose from nearby to make this night complete.
  • Don't Miss The Nutcracker: One of the most famous performances by the NYC Ballet is the Nutcracker, which the company puts on every year. Don't miss the chance to see the show at least once in your life when you're spending the holidays in NYC!
  • Don't Dress Like a Slob: Dress up a little when you go to the New York City Ballet. You'll probably still be able to get in no matter what you're wearing, but you'll be the only one that isn't dressed in at least semi-formal attire. Plus, it's nice to get dolled up every now and then!