But just in case it isn’t, this year will see two Romeos and two Juliets laying down their lives for love (or is it lust? I can never tell) on Brisbane’s stages.
First The Australian Ballet with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra will tackle Shakespeare’s age-old tale of forbidden love. Choreographer Graeme Murphy has approached this classic ballet with an attitude of modernity, snaring rockstar sartorialist Akira Isogawa to take charge of costumes.
Wednesday, February 1
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Posted 02 February 2012 - 10:29 AM
A preview of upcoming productions of "Romeo and Juliet" in Brisbane.
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