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Tulsa Ballet to perform triple bill performance in March, postpones 'Vendetta, a Mafia Story'

Posted at 4:55 PM, Feb 04, 2021

TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa Ballet is offering a socially distanced triple bill performance this March.

The company announced it would be continuing its 20/21 season in Studio K on Brookside with Signature Series featuring three choreographers.

Due to social distancing requirements, the company said there would be limited seating available to the public, and a live stream option will be available.

Among the many changes in Tulsa Ballet’s 20/21 season due to the pandemic, the company said "Vendetta, a Mafia Story" was rescheduled for the fifth time since its original American premiere date in March 2020 to ensure the piece can safely be performed. The performance was postponed to the 21/22 season.

“This decision wasn't taken lightly,” Artistic Director Marcello Angelini said. “But I believe it's the only reasonable one. The US premiere of Vendetta is a large scale production with an equally large cast of characters dancing on stage at the same. With social distancing protocols expected to remain in place for the next several months, Vendetta cannot be performed as it was intended. As always, the safety of our dancers, employees, and audience members continues to be our top priority.”

For more information about Signature Series or the Tulsa Ballet, call 918-749-6006 or click here.

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