American Ballet Theatre

The New York company will be making its first trip to Beijing this fall but just before it does, it will stop in Costa Mesa for a few days to perform <a href="http://www.ocpac.org/home/Content/ContentDisplay.aspx?NavID=646">&ldquo;Giselle&rdquo;</a> at Segerstrom Hall with the Pacific Symphony. Featuring music by Adolphe Adam, the epic piece is choreographed by Jean Coralli, Jules Perrot and <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEHST001564" title="Marius Petipa" href="/topic/arts-culture/marius-petipa-PEHST001564.topic">Marius Petipa</a>.<br>
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<a href="http://www.redcat.org/event/anna-halprin-and-anne-collod">&ldquo;Giselle&rdquo;</a> <i>Orange County Performing Arts Center, Nov. 3-8</i>
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( Marty Sohl / September 13, 2009 )

The New York company will be making its first trip to Beijing this fall but just before it does, it will stop in Costa Mesa for a few days to perform “Giselle” at Segerstrom Hall with the Pacific Symphony. Featuring music by Adolphe Adam, the epic piece is choreographed by Jean Coralli, Jules Perrot and Marius Petipa.

“Giselle” Orange County Performing Arts Center, Nov. 3-8

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