2018 SPAC Ballet Gala: Robbins & Bernstein at 100
SPAC’s New York City Ballet Gala will honor the centennial celebration of the birth of both Jerome Robbins and Leonard Bernstein.
Kicking off at 5:30 p.m. with a champagne reception and lawn party festivities, the centerpiece of the evening is a special NYCB performance featuring the SPAC Premiere of a new work, "Something to Dance About" directed by Tony Award-winning choreographer and director Warren Carlyle, which will celebrate a medley of Broadway choreography by Jerome Robbins.
Saratoga’s most popular and longest running summer event, the 2018 Gala will entice lovers of both the traditional and contemporary with a refreshed take on the beloved soirée. Hosted by the Action Council and Junior Committee, the Four Seasons theme will traverse onto the beautiful park grounds which will showcase winter, spring, summer and fall décor with immersive pop-up performances and sensational tastings sprinkled throughout the lawn.
The evening’s finale is a fireworks show and live music by Soul Session with dancing under the stars.