Eifman's Giselle Rouge
Posted 06 January 2003 - 04:29 AM
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Will report and thank you very much for your warm welcome Alexandra.
Posted 06 January 2003 - 09:06 AM
Posted 06 January 2003 - 02:18 PM
Posted 06 January 2003 - 02:29 PM
In the same month we get Bejart's piece about Mother Theresa, with Marcia Haydee.
Hmm. Sounds like a good opportunity to have a scientific study of the physiological reactions of balletgoers exposed within a very brief time frame to major works based upon the lives of historical figures by Eifman and Béjart.
vila, I think we all revel a little in high melodrama! If you love it or hate it, please report back. Looking forward to reading what you think.
Posted 06 January 2003 - 03:33 PM
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Posted 06 January 2003 - 05:36 PM
The first drew me in instantly and I stayed enthralled the whole evening. I would see 'Red Giselle' again.
As for 'Russian Hamlet', I was again drawn in only to become bored after the first ten minutes. Except for my fascination with the velvet Romanov Eagle chair, the boredom never ceased, and I couldn't wait for the ballet to end.
Posted 06 January 2003 - 06:21 PM
Posted 08 January 2003 - 03:52 AM
2 ballets : Presbytère a.k.a. Ballet for Life (music by Queen and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart/costumes by Gianni Versace (my heart balances between :eek: & )
and The Enchanted flute (Mozart left on his own this time around)!
When was the last time the company visited the States ? They don't seem to tour much out of Europe (even London seems a rarity), save Japan... or am I wrong ?
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