A.C. Ballet

The Atlantic City Ballet will host ‘In the Eye of the Storm,’ based on Hurricane Sandy, and ‘Impression,’ which highlights songs by the Beatles, for its fall premiere this season Sept. 29.

The Atlantic City Ballet’s fall season will kick off with two performances based on Hurricane Sandy and the Beatles.

The ballet will premiere its fall season with “In the Eye of the Storm,” which first premiered after Sandy in 2013 and, according to a release from the organization, “explores the impact of nature on mankind and the resilience of spirit that enables people to overcome and transcend even the most devastating circumstances.”

In the same program, the ballet will put on a performance titled “Impression” — which highlights work by the Beatles, including songs like “Here Comes the Sun”, “Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds” and “Michelle.” It is the first time the show will be in the ballet’s lineup in five years.

The performance takes place 7 p.m. Sept. 29. Tickets are $45 for adults and $20 for children 17 and under. Discounts are available for seniors, military and groups.

For more information, see ticketmaster.com.

For a complete list of performances, visit acballet.org or call 609-348-7201/7202.

The Atlantic City Ballet is composed of professional dancers from around the world and resides at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City.

Contact: 609-272-7258 MReil@pressofac.com Twitter @acpressmaxreil

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