Ticket Prices

General Admission – $26
General Admission + Flowers – $34 (includes a small bouquet of mixed flowers)
Students (18 & under) – $18
EMCC Students – Free!*

Note: Seating on the main aisle (Wheelchair, Wheelchair Companion, and Accessible seating) is very limited; we encourage you to buy your tickets as early as possible.

If you encounter any problems, please email elizabeth@swbtballet.org with questions.

*EMCC Students must reserve tickets online AND bring Student ID to Will Call. Students without ID will be expected to pay General Admission for entry. Unreserved EMCC Tickets will not be available at the door. 

Join Southwest Ballet Theatre for the Arizona premiere of Charles Maple’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs!

Friday, April 26 — 7pm 

Saturday, April 27 — 2pm 

Sunday, April 28 — 2pm

We are excited to bring you Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, showcasing Charles Maple’s choreography, with staging and artistic direction by Anthony V. Spaulding II.  Joining dancers from the School of Southwest Ballet Theatre will be guest artists Brooke Merwin, Jorge Richard Lagunas, Alexander Patrick, Sergio Rubio, and dancers from Grand Canyon University.

Snow White takes place at Estrella Mountain Community College’s Performing Arts Center, located at 3000 North Dysart Road, in Avondale.

Will call opens an hour before performance time, and the house opens 30 minutes before the performance. 


TEACHERS: You are eligible for dicounted tickets! Purchase up to 2 seats at a discounted price by using the special discount code Teachers24. You will be asked to present your school ID at the Will-Call window when picking up the tickets.


STUDENTS: Bring your friends! Purchase as a group of 10 or more and pay $14/ticket by using student bulk discount code SnowWhite24. Minimum of 10 tickets must be purchased; students must be ages 18 or under.

This production is made possible, in part, through contributions from our

Season Sponsor:
Desert Diamond Casino


SWBT’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is supported, in part, by the Arizona Commission on the Arts, which receives support from the State of Arizona and the National Endowment for the Arts.