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American Ballet Theatre - Spring 2019

First Preview: May 03, 2019

Opening Date: May 13, 2019

Closing Date: Jul 06, 2019

Running Time: 02:30

American Ballet Theatre - Spring 2019 Show Site Icon

Playing @

Metropolitan Opera House

Lincoln Center New York, NY 10023

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American Ballet Theatre’s 2019 Spring season at the Metropolitan Opera House will feature a World Premiere work by ABT Artist in Residence Alexei Ratmansky in programs dedicated entirely to his works in honor of the choreographer’s 10th year with the Company. 

The eight-week season will also include the Company Premieres of Deuce Coupe by Twyla Tharp and the full-length Jane Eyre by Cathy Marston

Principal Dancers for the 2019 Metropolitan Opera House season are Stella Abrera, Roberto Bolle, Isabella Boylston, Misty Copeland, Herman Cornejo, David Hallberg, Sarah Lane, Hee Seo, Christine Shevchenko, Daniil Simkin, Cory Stearns, Devon Teuscher and James Whiteside.  Brooklyn Mack will appear as a Guest Artist during the Spring season.


An all-Ratmansky program of repertory works is scheduled for four performances, May 21–23.  In addition to the World Premiere work, the Ratmansky Trio will include On the Dnieper (2009), Ratmansky’s first work of repertory for the Company, and Songs of Bukovina (2017), his most recent.

The Company Premiere of the full-length Jane Eyre, choreographed by Cathy Marston, is set for Tuesday evening, June 4 with Devon Teuscher in the title role and James Whiteside as Rochester.  Jane Eyre features choreography and direction by Marston, music compiled and composed by Philip Feeney, scenery and costumes by Patrick Kinmonth and lighting by Brad Fields. 

Eight performances of Swan Lake, choreographed by Kevin McKenzie after Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov, will be given beginning Monday, June 24 with Hee Seo and Cory Stearns leading the opening night cast. 
Age Guidance

Age Guidance: 10

Show Notes

Show Notes: 2 Intermissions.

Performance Schedule:


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Box Office

located in the North end of the Front Lobby
Monday through Saturday: 10:00am-8:00 pm
Sundays: 12:00pm-6:00 pm

Directions Bus

M5, M7, M10, M11, M20, M66, M104 or BxM2 lines.

Directions Subway

No. 1 train to 66th Street (Lincoln Center) Station.




The wheelchair access entrance is on the Concourse level (Founders Hall)

Assisted Listening System

Wireless headsets which work with the Sennheiser Infrared Listening System to amplify sound are available at the coat check station on the South Concourse Level before performances. To secure a headset, you must present a credit card or driver’s license. These headsets are provided as a free service for our audience members and no ticket refunds will be made for any malfunctions of this service.


There is an accessible ladies’ rest room in Founders Hall and gentlemen’s and ladies’ rest rooms on the Dress Circle level.


There is a wheelchair-accessible telephone in Founders Hall

Visual Assistance

Large print programs and Braille synopses of many operas are available free of charge. Please contact and usher for assistance.

A limited number of Family Circle score desk seats with no view of the stage are available for $15 for opening nights for new productions, $20 for opening nights for Met premieres and $10 for all other opera performances. For information, please contact the Metropolitan Opera Guild Education Department at 212-769-7028

Wheelchair Info

To make advance arrangements for wheelchair location tickets, please call 212-362-6000.
For information and to arrange wheelchair assistance, please call 212-799-3100, extension 2204.

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Public Transportation

Subway Icon

By Subway:

No. 1 train to 66th Street (Lincoln Center) Station.

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By Bus:

M5, M7, M10, M11, M20, M66, M104 or BxM2 lines.