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:

  • 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…)

  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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