List of Morphoses productions

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Morphoses is a ballet company co-founded in 2007 by Christopher Wheeldon and Lourdes Lopez. Morphoses is a guest resident company at the New York City Center and at Sadler's Wells Theatre in London.[1] It was known as Morphoses/The Wheeldon Company, until February, 2010, when Wheeldon announced that he was leaving Morphoses.[2]


City Center, October 1–5, 2008[edit]

program one, October 1–3[edit]


[Review 1]

Monotones II[edit]

[Programs 1] [Review 1] [Review 2]

Six Fold Illuminate[edit]

[Review 1] [Review 3]

program two, October 4–5[edit]


[Programs 1] [Review 1] [Review 3]


[Programs 1] [Programs 2]

Monotones II[edit]
Shutters Shut[edit]
Fools’ Paradise[edit]

Guggenheim Museum, March 8–9, 2009[edit]


Fall for Dance, September–October 2009[edit]

Softly as I Leave You[edit]

City Center, October 29, – November 1, 2009[edit]

program one, Thursday and Saturday, October 29 and 31[edit]

[Review 4] [Review 5]

    • accompanied by the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas
Softly as I Leave You[edit]
new Harbour ballet[edit]

program two, Friday and Sunday, October 30 and November 1[edit]

    • all piano program
Softly as I Leave You[edit]
new Wheeldon ballet[edit]


  1. ^ a b c New York City premiere
  2. ^ Annabelle Lopez Ochoa's One replaced Sir Frederick Ashton’s The Dream Pas de Deux due to injury.
  3. ^ a b US premiere


2008 New York City Center[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d guest artist

2009 Fall for Dance[edit]

2009 New York City Center[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d NY Times by Roslyn Sulcas, October 2, 2008
  2. ^ Village Voice by Deborah Jowitt, October 7, 2008
  3. ^ a b Village Voice by Deborah Jowitt, October 7, 2008
  4. ^ NY Times review by Gia Kourlas, October 30, 2009
  5. ^ NY Post review by Leigh Witchel, October 30, 2009
  • Village Voice by Deborah Jowitt, November 10, 2009
  • Sulcas, Roslyn, 2009, "New Troupe Faces a Hard Reality," International Herald Tribune, October 24–25, pp. 15 & 19.


  1. ^ "History". Morphoses. Retrieved May 4, 2010.
  2. ^ NY Times, Daniel J. Wakin and Alastair macaulay, February 22, 2010


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