Tuesday, August 28
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Posted 28 August 2012 - 10:53 AM
But let’s balance the books a little. One does have Tchaikovsky’s music to fall back on, which is always an enriching aural and emotional experience. Slava Okunev’s costumes are probably the one element of this work that can make a liar of me: the graduations of his palette, alone, defined subtle and also exhibited almost sublime complementarity. His sets, however, are a little also-ran, at best. Both touring set designers seem to have a penchant for brass beds, as props. And the card-table coffin is hardly inspired.
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Posted 28 August 2012 - 11:00 AM
However, the Moscow project is even more large-scale than the one in Athens. This time, the program will include not only one, but six ballets, including “The Swan Lake”.
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