American Ballet Theatre has revealed details of its forthcoming fall season at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center, highlight of which should be the world premiere of “The Tempest” by Alexei Ratmansky. Adapted from Shakespeare’s play and set to music written for it by Sibelius, the one-act ballet will open the season on October 30. It will feature sets and costumes by Santo Loquasto and lighting by Robert Wierzel. Tony Award-winning director Mark Lamos will serve as the production’s dramaturg.

The season, the company’s first at the theater, then runs to November 10, later programs including revivals of “Bach Partita” by Twyla Tharp, “Les Sylphides” by Michel Fokine,” Gong” by Mark Morris and “Clear” by Stanton Welch.

Returning repertory includes Balanchine’s “Theme and Variations,” Ratmansky’s “Piano Concerto #1,” Limón’s “The Moor’s Pavane” and Ashton’s “A Month in the Country.”

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