Ballet Philippines in The Sleeping Beauty

Ballet Philippines in The Sleeping Beauty

It has been 23 years since Ballet Philippines staged a full-length version of The Sleeping Beauty. Ballet Philippines is set to restage the world-class dance masterpiece, led by artistic director Paul Alexander Morales. This timeless and classic fairytale production will retell the story and the curse of the beautiful princess Aurora, her lilac fairies and the promise of a true love’s kiss. The Sleeping Beauty will enthrall kids and kids at heart to rekindle their childhood’s imagination and interests. In the ballet, the infant Princess Aurora is christened with all the royal guests and fairies in attendance—except for the dark fairy Carabosse. She storms into the castle, furious at the royal family for not inviting her. In her spite, she marks Princess Aurora with an untimely death—that is, until the good Lilac Fairy steps in to soften the curse. “Yes, she will grow up and prick in finger on a spindle,” she mimes gently, “But instead, she will fall into a long, deep sleep and will be awakened by the kiss of true love.” Choreographed by classical ballet legend Marius Petipa to Peter Tchaikovsky’s music, The Sleeping Beauty will be performed by award-winning ballerina Candice Adea as Princess Aurora and Jean Marc Cordero as the Prince…

Ticket Information: 

August 17, Friday

3 PM Matinee. Theater passes available.
8 PM Gala. Tickets available at P300, P500, and P700.

August 18, Saturday

9 AM Gala. Theater passes available.
3 PM Matinee. Theater passes available.
8 PM Gala. Tickets available at P300, P500, and P700.

Season tickets are usually honored during the first gala show. All tickets and season passes for Luce Auditorium shows are available for sale at the College of Performing and Visual Arts building, and at the theater lobby before the show begins. For ticket reservations and other inquiries, call (035) 422-4365 or 0917-513-3312. 

For inquiries, please visit us at the Silliman University Cultural Affairs Committee Office at the College of Performing and Visual Arts Building. Or call us at (035) 422-4365 or 0917-323-5953. Or visit our website at su.edu.ph/cac. You also send your inquiries, comments, and suggestions to cac@su.edu.ph or su_culturalaffairs@yahoo.com.