Dance

Natalya Sats Children's Musical TheaterRussian Fairy Tales in Ballet (Russkiye Skazki v Balete): Andris Liepa's staging based on Stravinsky's one-act ballets "The Firebird" and "Petrushka." Natalya Sats Children's Musical Theater. November 2, at 4 p.m.

Dance Addresses

Thursday The 31st

1.03. Surprised Body. Moscow: (1.03. Udivlyonnoye Telo. Moskva): a dance performance choreographed by Francesco Scavetta. Platforma at Winzavod. 8 p.m.

Creation of the World (Sotvoreniye Mira): Andrei Petrov's ballet. Grand Moscow Classical Ballet production. Yauza Palace. 7 p.m.

Friday The 1st

1.03. Surprised Body. Moscow (see Thurs. listing). Platforma at Winzavod. 8 p.m.

Cinderella (Zolushka): Prokofiev's ballet about a girl whose lost slipper brings her happiness. Grand Moscow Classical Ballet production. Yauza Palace. 7 p.m.

Coppelia: Roland Petit's innovative version of Delibes' ballet as staged by Luigi Bonino. Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Musical Theater. 7 p.m.

Saturday The 2nd

Cinderella (see Fri. listing). Yauza Palace. 3 p.m.

NEW Russian Fairy Tales in Ballet (Russkiye Skazki v Balete): Andris Liepa's staging based on Stravinsky's one-act ballets "The Firebird" and "Petrushka." Natalya Sats Children's Musical Theater. 4 p.m.

Swan Lake (Lebedinoye Ozero): Vyacheslav Gordeyev Russian Ballet production of Tchaikovsky's ballet. Kuzminki House of Arts. 6 p.m.

Sunday The 3rd

Mowgli: Alex Prior's ballet based on Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book." Grand Moscow Classical Ballet at the Yauza Palace. 3 p.m.

Monday The 4th

Don Quixote: a ballet by Minkus based on Cervantes' novel about the adventures of a country gentleman who sets out to right the world's wrongs. Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Musical Theater. 7 p.m.

NEW Sherlock Holmes: contemporary dance detective show set to Irish folk music, compositions by Handel and Schubert. Choreography by Yelena Bogdanovich. Natalya Sats Children's Musical Theater. 1 p.m.

Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs (Belosnezhka i Sem Gnomov): a classical ballet for kids. Moskva Ballet production. Moskvich Cultural Center. 2 p.m.

Tuesday The 5th

Sailors and Whores (Moryaki i Shlyukhi): Oleg Glushkov's contemporary dance staging. Fomenko Studio New Stage. 7 p.m.

A Thousand and One Nights (Tysyacha i Odna Noch): Fikret Amirov's ballet on the themes of the Arabian Nights, as choreographed and staged by Andrei Petrov. Production of the Kremlin Ballet. Kremlin Palace. 7 p.m.

Wednesday The 6th

Beryozka Dance Ensemble in concert. Tchaikovsky Concert Hall. 7 p.m.

FESTIVAL DanceInversion: MT PICK Birds With Skymirrors: This internationally acclaimed dance work by Samoan choreographer Lemi Ponifasio, inspired by his encounter with birds flying with glittering pieces of plastic waste in their beaks, is a reflection of our connection to the Earth and our power to protect or destroy what surrounds us. MAU Company (New Zealand). Theater of Nations. 7 p.m.

Three Ages of World Ballet (Tri Veka Mirovogo Baleta): Moscow Ballet School in a jubilee concert that also features students of renowned European and American ballet schools. Kremlin Palace. 7 p.m.

and Beyond…

FESTIVAL DanceInversion: MT PICK Birds With Skymirrors: (see Wed. listing). Theater of Nations. Nov. 7, 7 p.m.

Three Ages of World Ballet (see Wed. listing). Kremlin Palace. Nov. 7, 7 p.m.

NEW Marco Spada: Choreographer and designer Pierre Lacotte stages a new version of Daniel-Francois-Esprit Auber's ballet about big-hearted bandit Marco Spada and his daughter Angela. Bolshoi Theater Main Stage. Nov. 8, 9, 12 and 13 at 7 p.m., Nov. 10 at 6 p.m.

Mayerling: Kenneth MacMillan's neoclassical ballet based on the Mayerling Incident — the series of events leading to the apparent murder-suicide of Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria and his lover Baroness Mary Vetsera. Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Musical Theater. Nov. 8 and 9, 7 p.m.

The Heroids: Anna Garafeyeva's five dance pieces based on Ovid's elegiac couplets of the same name, and Roland Barthes' "A Lover's Discourse: Fragments." School of Dramatic Art. Nov. 8 and 9, 8 p.m.