Posted on 16 May 2012 by dubs
Sacramento Ballet’s Beer & Ballet just got tastier this year with its new sponsor Ruhstaller, “Sacramento’s beer since 1881,” being added to the mix. Sip some fresh and delicious brews (or there is wine and soda too) while you watch edgy new works that were created by the dancers themselves up close and personal! It all goes down at Sacramento Ballet’s studios at 1631 K Street, it’s an intimate setting where you feel like you’re sitting in on a rehearsal. It’s very informal, so if ballet is something that has typically scared you off in the past, Beer & Ballet is for you. Submerge recently attended a program similar to this where we got to see a few routines up close and it was amazing. You can see the sweat rolling off the dancers limber bodies, and it’s really easy to tell how much fun they’re having when you’re sitting 15 feet away from them. Tickets are $35 and that includes two drink tickets. Learn more at http://www.sacballet.org/.
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