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Ballet: Romeo and Juliet

  • Kirsten Flagstads plass 1, Oslo
  • +47 21422100
  • June 4, 2020 - June 19, 2020
  • (10 Upcoming Dates)

In Romeo and Juliet, the dancers show what they are made of in strong character roles like Mercutio, Tybalt and Benvolio, not to mention the lovebirds who even the stars work against.

This version of William Shakespeare’s immortal drama bears the signature of British Michael Corder. He believes that Romeo and Juliet is not only one of the world’s most beautiful love stories, but also a kind of Godfather story about two families who hate each other: “Shakespeare’s text and Prokofiev’s fantastic music portray something reminiscent of a mafia drama,” he says.

Since its premiere in 1992, Romeo and Juliet has been a favourite of both audiences and critics alike. In the spring of 2020,  som new choreographed parts will be included in the other choreography.

  • Last Updated: 01/06/2020
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Ballet: Romeo and Juliet
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