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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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - kiea - LibraryThing
It was the first time to read William Shakespeare's works. I only have known this story's name but contents. I felt sad after reading this book. Because I hoped that their love help families to have good relationship but actually it was their death that made their relationship better. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - daiho.k - LibraryThing
Romeo and juliet is not one of Shakespeare's four great trageties. but,I think it's tragety. when I read this book,I was very sad. I think that love of two people only had to go well. Read full review