Romeo and Juliet
The School of Drama presents the University of Oklahoma Ballet, under the direction of Yvonne Chouteau and Miguel Terekhov, artists in residence in "Visions d'un Siecle," "Romeo and Juliet," scenery by Raymond D. Larson, lighting by Bennett Averyt, costumes by Nancy E. Gade, sound by Charles C. Suggs, production supervised by Nat Eek, "Romeo and Juliet" (a ballet in two acts), choreography: Miguel Terekhov, mise-en-scene: Nat Eek, music: Prokofiev, Berlioz, Tchaikowsky, Walton.
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Once in Verona there lived two families who held a great quarrel between them, these were the families Capulet and Montague. Nothing could persuade these families from their hate for each other, a ... Read full review
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How can you not love Romeo and Juliet? It's tragic, it's beautiful, it's Shakespeare at his best! Just don't base your relationship goals on these two. This version, which was a Library Sale find, and ... Read full review
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