Win Tix to the NYC Ballet @ SPAC on Tuesday

This Tuesday (July 13) is Girl’s Night Out at SPAC, with the NYC Ballet performing a program of three Jerome Robbins ballets and a slew of opportunities to relax and be pampered – including fine wine, hair styling, makeup, chocolate tastings, complimentary massages, yoga, mini mani-pedis and more. (But they’ll let boys in, too.)

On tap are:

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  • N.Y.Export: Opus Jazz with music by Robert Prince. An abstract, youth-inspired ballet that mixes traditional ballet with jazz and other more modern styles. A world-wide hit when in premiered in 1958, its enduring popularity sparked a 2010 film.
  • In The Night, based on four nocturnes by Frédéric Chopin, three couples dance pas de deux that examine their relationships.
  • The Concert, a comic ballet with music comprised of exceeding familiar Chopin works:

We’re got a pair of lawn tickets to Tuesday’s show that we’re going to give away to a lucky Nippertown reader. To enter the drawing, just leave a comment below telling us what you did this weekend. Be to enter a working email (we won’t publish it), so we can notify you if you win. We’ll draw a name at random and announce the winner on Tuesday morning.. Congratulations, Glenna! (Everyone else – we’ve got another ticket giveaway coming up soon…)

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9 Responses to “Win Tix to the NYC Ballet @ SPAC on Tuesday”

  1. LP says:

    Celebrated family birthdays, Cleaned out the garage, Chilled out in Saratoga Lake, Watched J. Buffet concert on Gulf Shores.

  2. Chris says:


  3. Kelly says:

    Hung out with my pals. I’d like to do that on Tuesday night, too, please…

  4. Nic says:

    went to a friend’s wedding… beautiful

  5. Glenna says:

    checked out the delaware ave festivities and had an iced coffee at the ultraviolet!

  6. FlyingCats says:

    I worked all weekend, albeit in air-conditioned comfort.

  7. Jacki says:

    Rehearsed I’m the queen in princess and the pea

  8. little_leia says:

    I stood near Candace Bushnell during the NYC Ballet Gala’s fireworks.

  9. Laura says:

    Put in a new kitchen sink!

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