Nope. Mephistopheles mentioned Walpurgis Night and said they needed to leave for the Witches' Dance, but instead they went straight into the final trio. It would have been nice to see something Faust was doing other than seducing/betraying Marguerite, but musically the ballet is an interruption. Only that frenzied part at the end is exciting; the rest of it is just tinkle, tinkle, plunk, plunk -- to satisfy the Opéra's insistence on 15 minutes of en pointe stuck in there somewhere.