27 March 2019 at 11.01am | 10 Comments
— Emma Stewart (@EmmaStewart21) March 26, 2019
— Mark R Richards (@MarkRRichards2) March 26, 2019
Now that’s an opening night! #ROHromeo
— Barbara Zorzato (@barbaralzorzato) March 26, 2019
Wonderful first night of @TheRoyalBallet’s latest run of Kenneth MacMillan’s classic interpretation of Romeo and Juliet. @LondonBallerina and Matthew Ball majestic. Orchestra of @RoyalOperaHouse under @koenkessels on fine form with Prokofiev’s glorious score. #ROHRomeo pic.twitter.com/ZyymHdXT4u
— John Earls (@john_earls) March 26, 2019
— teaandbiscuit (@teaandbiscuit) March 26, 2019
Great first night for #ROHRomeo, very weepy. ???????????? A close-up view was great for appreciating the entire company's commitment and attention to detail - total drama as well as dance. And I have cloak- and boot-envy - those Capulets know how to dress... pic.twitter.com/XZ8WDimVfB
— Emily@italyheaven (@italyheaven) March 26, 2019
— Tara Kelly (@TemairTK) March 26, 2019
#ROHRomeo After Act One, I predict tears before bedtime...
— Sally Brien (@SallyEBrien) March 26, 2019
— Yuna Richards (@yu_richards) March 26, 2019
More press reviews will be added in due course.
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The production is staged with generous philanthropic support from Julia and Hans Rausing, Melinda and Donald Quintin, Sir Lloyd and Lady Dorfman, Kenneth and Susan Green, John and Susan Burns, The Gerald Ronson Family Foundation, The Goldhammer Foundation, The Royal Opera House Endowment Fund and an anonymous donor.