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Articles tagged with "by Christopher Wheeldon"

Watch: 'Opera, Ballet and the Bard' Insights event on demand.

15 April 2016

Shakespeare Day insights event focuses on operas and ballets inspired by the playwright's work, including The Winter's Tale, Romeo and Juliet and Otello.

Your Reaction: The Winter's Tale 2016

13 April 2016

What did you think of the return of Christopher Wheeldon's Royal Ballet adaptation of Shakespeare's play?

Cast changes: Giselle and The Winter's Tale

11 April 2016

Akane Takada replaces Laura Morera as Giselle; Itziar Mendizabal and Christina Arestis replace Laura Morera as Paulina.

Designing The Winter’s Tale: telling Shakespeare’s tale through more than words

31 March 2016

Christopher Wheeldon’s ballet adaptation is a true collaborative effort, with spectacular designs from all the creative team coming together to tell the story.

The Winter’s Tale Dance Highlight: The trial scene

24 March 2016

Without words, Christopher Wheeldon's choreography powerfully illuminates Shakespeare's text and the innermost thoughts of his characters.

Cast Changes: Strapless on 11 March 2016

10 March 2016

A number of cast changes have been announced for the final performance of the run.

The Royal Ballet and Bolshoi Theatre of Russia announce first co-production

12 February 2016

Strapless, which receives its premiere at the Royal Opera House tonight, will be staged at the Bolshoi Theatre in 2017.

Ballet Essentials: After the Rain / Strapless / Within the Golden Hour

10 February 2016

Our quick introduction to The Royal Ballet’s mixed programme celebrating choreographer Christopher Wheeldon.

Cast Confirmation: Strapless on 13 and 17 February and 10 March 2016

10 February 2016

Principal casting for several performances of Christopher Wheeldon’s new one-act ballet have been announced.

Watch: Joby Talbot on creating The Winter’s Tale’s musical score – ‘The hardest thing I’ve ever had to compose’

8 February 2016

Shakespeare’s problem play is notoriously difficult to stage, and scoring a ballet adaption is no different.

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