Sergei Prokofiev
Romeo and Juliet

New Stage Ballet in two acts

Romeo and Juliet

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Choreographer - Yuri Grigorovich

Scenery and Costumes - Simon Virsaladze

Music Director - Andrei Anikhanov

Lighting Designer - Mikhail Sokolov

Assistant Choreographer - Vasily Vorokhobko

Presented with one interval. Running time: 2 hours 20 minutes.
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Act l

Scene 1

A Square in Verona.
Brawl between the Montagues and Capulets.

Scene 2

A masked Romeo and Mercutio are on their way to the ball at the Capulets.

Scene 3

Juliet’s Room. Preparations for the ball.

Scene 4

Ball at the Capulets.

Scene 5

The Capulets’ Garden.
First Meeting between Romeo and Juliet.

Act ll

Scene 1

A Square in Verona. Carnival.
Meeting between Mercutio and Tybalt.

Scene 2

Church.
Friar Lawrence marries Romeo and Juliet in secret.

Scene 3

A Square in Verona.
Quarrel, ending in a duel, between Mercutio andTybalt.
Death of Mercutio.
Romeo’s revenge and Tybalt’s death
Lament for theDead.

Scene 4

Juliet’s Room.
The Lovers meet prior to theirseparation.
Paris woos Juliet.

Scene 5

Romeo’s despair in banishment.

Scene 6

Friar Lawrence gives Juliet an opiate.

Scene 7

Juliet’s Room.
Paris woos Juliet.
Juliet drinks theopiate.
Juliet’s vision.

Scene 8

The house of the Capulets.
Paris’ morning Serenade.
News of Juliet’s fictitious death.
The sad news puts an end to the wedding preparations.

Scene 9

The Capulet Vault Romeo’s despair.
Romeo bids farewell toJuliet.
Death of the Lovers.

Date
22 November
19:00
23 November
19:00
24 November
19:00
25 November
19:00
26 November
14:00
19 January
19:00
20 January
12:00
19:00
21 January
18:00
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