Why See American Ballet Theatre - Jane Eyre?
Reader, I danced with him
Charlotte Bronte's stormy Victorian romance comes to the stage in this stirring ballet adaptation by Cathy Marston. Lending itself naturally to the language of dance, Jane Eyre is a soul-stirring journey of bravery and love that begins when Jane, an orphaned young woman is sent to the home of the mysterious Mr. Rochester to become a Governess.
Entering a house full unnerving silence, Jane finds herself in the middle of a labyrinth of long buried secrets and pain and finds herself drawn to her enigmatic employer. Gothic, dark yet ultimately a hopeful love story, Marston sets her imagining of literature's great heroine to a soundtrack of Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel, Felix Mendelssohn and Franz Schubert.
Opening night: 4 June 2019
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