The University of Arizona

UApresents: Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo

Performing in tutus, tiaras and tights, the critically acclaimed ‘Trocks’ delight audiences around the world with their parodies of classical works from "Swan Lake" to "Giselle" and choreography by Isadora Duncan, George Balanchine and Martha Graham. Winners of the Critics’ Circle National Dance Awards and the TMA Theatre Award, the Trocks’ combination of pure comedy, extraordinary technical prowess and genuine love of ballet has made them a global phenomenon since 1974.

The Scotsman says, "A stage filled with male ballerinas en pointe is always going to be something special. Throw in copious laugh-out-loud moments, lavish costumes and pirouettes that would put many female dancers in the shade, and you’ve got a night to remember."

Event Sponsor: A grateful patron


April 20, 2013   8 p.m.

Audience Size: 
Very Large (501+)
Tickets start at $27 with discounts available


Main Campus
Centennial Hall
Tucson, AZ
United States

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