The National Ballet Theatre of Odessa, Ukraine presents “Romeo and Juliet”

The critically acclaimed National Ballet Theater of Odessa – Ukraine returns to the Fox Theatre to perform a brand-new production of “Romeo and Juliet,” the world’s greatest romantic tragedy on Sunday, January 12, 2020.

One of classical ballet’s all-time favorites, the National Ballet Theater of Odessa’s production of “Romeo and Juliet” is set to Sergei Prokofiev’s romantic and powerful score with new choreography by Mikhail Lavrovsky. Alternating in the title role of Juliet are Elena Dobryanskaya and Olga Vorobyeva. Romeo will be danced by Sergey Dotsenko and Stanislav Skrynnik.

The New York Times describes the National Ballet Theater of Odessa, Ukrainian’s productions as “full of enchantment.”  Northampton Chronicle & Echo raves “enchanting from start to finish, the National Ballet Theater of Odessa managed to bring a tear to my eye… the whole performance was executed with ultimate precision which saw not a step out of place.”

Arguably the most famous love story of all time, Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” tells the tale of a boy and a girl from warring families who meet and fall in love. Fate is not on their side, however.  Due to a series of fateful misunderstandings, the story of the two young lovers who try to elope ends in tragedy.

Tickets for Romeo and Juliet are on sale now and great seats are still available! Tickets start at $45 plus applicable fees and available at the Fox Theatre ticket office, FoxTheatre.org or by calling 855-285-8499. Guests can also purchase single-event access to the Marquee Club Presented by Lexus for pre-show through post-show entertaining in world-class luxury, enhanced food & beverage offerings plus additional concierge services for $55.

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