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Rolmoe & Juliet | Nora Invites…

Rudolf Nureyev choreographed Romeo And Juliet for English National Ballet (ENB) back in 1977, when the company was still known as London Festival Ballet. Like Kenneth MacMillan’s better-known 1965 production, Nureyev’s version is set to the classic Prokofiev score. But Nureyev took a different line from MacMillan’s psychological approach, focusing on the headlong energies of love, lust and hatred at the centre of Shakespeare’s tragedy. For this year’s revival, ENB has cast some of its brightest young talents, with debuts including Isaac Hernandez and Laurretta Summerscales.

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Source: Guardian Dance News

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