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In a Nutshell

Three programs spotlight the talent and taste of the Tulsa Ballet—particularly that of Artistic Director Marcello Angelini

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The Deal

$99 for one ticket in tier-3 seating, located either in the orchestra or mezzanine sections, to each of the following three ballets (up to $174 value):

Romeo and Juliet

Shakespeare’s famous tragedy about two star-crossed teenagers in love serves as a cautionary tale to grudge-bearing elders and impetuous youth alike. Every insult, sword fight, and stolen kiss comes sonically to life courtesy of Sergei Prokofiev, praised throughout history for his emotionally vivid compositions. Choreography from the internationally celebrated Edwaard Liang and artistic direction from Marcello Angelini, Artistic Director for 21 years at Tulsa Ballet, complement a stage that puts the leads front and center.

Masters of Dance

This ballet sampler-pack includes works by three of Europe’s most highly acclaimed choreographers:

  • Classical Symphony: Yuri Possokhov kicks off the evening with what the New York Times described as an “exhilarating and bold display of full-throttle academic pure dance with modern accentuations.”
  • Petite Mort: What happens when you combine six men, six women, six fencing foils, and two Mozart piano concertos? A whole lot of visual surprises. Czech choreographer Jiří Kylián crafted this piece for the second centenary of the composer’s death, but don’t let that fool you. Like its title, the piece conceals a playful wit and sensual joie de vivre.
  • Rooster: Christopher Bruce anchors the evening with a lively work that pairs electrifying choreography with music by the Rolling Stones.

Signature Series

During this program, Artistic Director Marcello Angelini takes a moment to show off three of his favorite pieces. The first is George Balanchine’s Serenade, a work set to Tschaikovsky’s 1880 Serenade for Strings in C—and the reason why the planet Mercury has a “Balanchine” crater (the crater’s blue rays call to mind the piece’s long, blue tutus). Nacho Duato’s Remansos puts a twist on the traditional role of the male dancer, while Wayne McGregor’s Infra sets a complex portrait of human relationships to a brutal score by Max Richter.

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    Lorton Performance Center

    550 S Gary Pl

    Tulsa, OK 74104

    +19187496006

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