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MIKHAILOVSKY BALLET: THE FLAMES OF PARIS

Ended 16 Nov 2014 after 2 days

"(A) pitch-perfect restoration."

The Financial Times

Closed 16 Nov 2014

The Mikhailovsky ballet present

The color and exuberance of the French Revolution is brought to life yet again in this classic ballet, conceived by Boris Asafiev and choreographed by Vasily Vaynonen. This refreshing revival is staged and updated by Mikhail Messerer and invokes the original feeling of modern Russian Ballet, drawing upon the legacy of Ivanov and Pepita, as well as Vaynonen to create an appealing and emotional display of striking dance and talent that continues to thrill, a mere 82 years after it's initial Leningrad premiere

Said to be a favorite of Stalin and inspired by the events of the French Revolution, The Flames of Paris is a journey seen through the eyes of the masses that fought for freedom from the overbearing and over-taxing aristocracy. A bitter love story forms the heart, as we travel through Paris, Marsailles and the glittering, corrupted court of Versailles. The choreography instils the drumming power of the folk movement and is countered with the classical steps of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.

Enjoy the universal and historical tale of struggle as played out by one of the world's most respected ballet companies.

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Dates

Opening night: 14 November 2014

Closing night: 16 November 2014

Audience

Not suitable for those under 12 years of age.

Run time

Two hours and ten minutes, including two intermissions.

Show times

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 Matinee-----14:0014:00
 Evening----19:3020:00-

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Images used are from the 2013 production of this show.

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