- Music by: Léo Delibes
- Choreography by: George Balanchine and Alexandra Danilova, after Petipa (1884)
- Principal Casting: SWANILDA: Tiler Peck; FRANTZ: Andrew Veyette; DR. COPPÉLIUS: Robert La Fosse+; WALTZ: Lauren Lovette*; DAWN: Ashly Issacs* (replaces Megan LeCrone); PRAYER: Gretchen Smith*; SPINNER: Georgina Pazcoguin*; WAR and DISCORD: Emily Kikta*, Harrison Ball*
*first time in role + guest artist
Based on a story by E.T.A. Hoffmann, this delightful tale presents a budding romance between two villagers, Frantz and Swanilda, alongside the curious workings of their eccentric neighbor Dr. Coppélius, a mad inventor who has taken to creating life-like automatons. Infatuated at the sight of the inventor's new doll, Frantz sneaks into Dr. Coppélius' workshop, and mayhem ensues.