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Romeo and Juliet (Alexandrinsky Theatre, ballet) - 28 July 2021 at 19:00

Romeo and Juliet (Alexandrinsky Theatre, ballet)

Alexandrinsky Theatre​ More info | Price: 101.16 - 248.31 USD

Genre: Ballet Age restriction: 12+ Length: 2 hours 30 minutes Intermissions: 2

Featured in: Alexandrinsky Theatre July 2021 | Ballet in St.Petersburg in July 2021 | Ballet in Alexandrinsky Theatre in July 2021


The Perm Ballet Company produced a Romeo and Juliet that fizzed and crackled with energy




Choreography by Kenneth MacMillan
Artistic Director: Alexey Miroshnichenko
Ballet Master–Producer: Gary Harris (Great Britain)
Ballet Master–Producer: Karl Burnett (Great Britain/ France)
Set Designer: Mauro Carosi (Italy)
Associate Set Designer: Cinzia Lo Fazio (Italy)
Costume Designer: Odette Nicoletti (Italy)
Associate Costume Designer: Luigi Benedetti (Italy)
Costume Production Curator: Tatyana Noginova (Russia)
Lighting Designer: Sergey Martynov


Juliet – Anna Tsygankova (Principal Dancer of the Dutch National Ballet)
Romeo – Matthew Golding (Principal Dancer of the Royal Ballet Covent Garden)
Tibalt – Gary Avis (Principal Character Artist of the Royal Ballet Covent Garden)
Musical Director and Conductor: Teodor Currentzis
Artistic Director: Alexey Miroshnichenko
Conductor: Andrey Danilov

Romeo and Juliet, the most famous lovers on the planet, live and die on stage, in music, in cinema for more than four centuries. They are immortal, just like love and like hatred that lied between their families are. No one counted the number of versions of this story, there must be more than dozens of hundreds of them with more than a hundred in choreography only.

Act I

The market place, Verona. Romeo, son of Montague, tries unsuccessfully to declare his love for Rosaline and is consoled by his friends Mercutio and Benvolio. As day breaks and the townspeople meet in the market, a quarrel develops between Tybalt, a nephew of Capulet, and Romeo and his friends. The Capulets and Montagues are sworn enemies, and a fight soon begins. The Prince of Verona commands the families to end their feud.Juliet’s anteroom in the Capulet house. Juliet, playing with her nurse, is interrupted by her parents, Lord and Lady Capulet. They present her to Paris, a wealthy young nobleman who has asked for her hand in marriage. The Ballroom. Romeo and his friends arrive at the height of the festivities. The guests watch Juliet dance; Mercutio, seeing that Romeo is entranced by her, decides to distract attention from him. Tybalt recognizes Romeo. Juliet’s balcony. Unable to sleep, Juliet comes out onto her balcony and is thinking of Romeo, when suddenly he appears in the garden. They confess their love for each other.

Act II

The market place. Romeo can think only of Juliet, and, as a wedding procession passes, he dreams of the day when he will marry her. In the meantime, Juliet’s nurse pushes her way through the crowds in search of Romeo to give him a letter from Juliet. He reads that Juliet has consented to be his wife. The chapel. The lovers are secretly married by Friar Laurence, who hopes that their union will end the strife between the Montagues and Capulets. The market place. Interrupting the revelry, Tybalt fights with Mercutio and kills him. Romeo avenges the death of his friend and is exiled. The bedroom. At dawn the next morning, the household is stirring, and Romeo must go. He embraces Juliet and leaves as her parents enter with Paris. Juliet refuses to marry Paris, and, hurt by her rebuff, he leaves. Juliet’s parents are angry and threaten to disown her. Juliet rushes to see Friar Laurence. The bedroom. That evening, Juliet agrees to marry Paris, but the next morning, when the Nurse finds her apparently lifeless on the bed. The Capulet family crypt. Romeo returns to Verona stunned by grief at the news of Juliet’s death. He enters the crypt and, finding Paris by Juliet’s body, kills him. Believing Juliet to be dead, Romeo drinks a vial of poison. Juliet awakes and, finding Romeo dead, stabs herself.

Alexandrinsky Theatre playbill

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