Minnesota Ballet postpones performances of A Midsummer Night’s Dream

The Minnesota Ballet announces it will be postponing its production of Bruce Wells’ A Midsummer Night’s Dream due to the recent increase in Omicron COVID-19 cases. This is the third time the Ballet has had to postpone the production. The production has taken these measures to insure the health and wellness of the artists, staff, volunteers, and patrons. The Ballet made the announcement on Wednesday.

“We are sad to have to do this yet again, but with the uptick in cases and with hospitals at capacity in our region, it just is not sound to continue with the production until we are in a better public health environment,” Artistic Director Karl von Rabenau said in a press release.

The Ballet says tickets purchased for A Midsummer Night’s Dream can be used for admission when the production is rescheduled. Information on the exact date will be released later.

The Ballet says it is keeping its remaining full-season repertory production, Inspire, on the schedule for now. For more information about Minnesota Ballet and its productions, please visit minnesotaballet.org.