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Don Quixote – Launceston

VICTORIAN STATE BALLET - exciting and festive classical ballet treat

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Traditional Choreography by Marius Petipa and re-staged by Michelle Sierra

The Victorian State Ballet is very proud to present this exciting and festive classical ballet treat to our audiences! With a cast of internationally recognized artists, this year’s DON QUIXOTE will bring to the stage the superb and highly skilled ballet technique of original choreography by Petipa and re-staged by Victorian State Ballet’s director Michelle Sierra. Don’t miss out on unforgettable performances from world class leading dancers including the famous Act 3 Grand pas de Deux, featuring the ballerina in her 32 fouettes and the male dancers spectacular turns in the air!

Victorian State Ballet’s production of Don Quixote is a spectacular rendition of this most festive and flamboyant of ballets. Considered as one of the most exciting of ballets, its fiery passion and exciting musical score has audiences on the edge of their seats from beginning to end! The story is retold through excellent staging, simple and direct mime, superb classical ballet technique and choreography which honour the spirit of this great classical work.

Take advantage of this unique and opportunity. Bring family and friends along to experience the sheer delight and beauty of Classical Ballet. Appropriate for all ages.

This season we are offering an amazing Young Ballet Lovers special opportunity:

SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL!!

Saturday night tickets include behind the scenes viewing of company class on stage before the show, Q & A session, photos with the dancers Book now!

Registration essential for the VSB behind the Scenes Special. Email us at – admin@victorianstateballet.org.au

***Featuring pointe shoes signed by the Principal Ballerina to the first 10 subscribers to ‘Behind the Scenes”!!***

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Don Quixote – Launceston

Princess Theatre
57 Brisbane Street, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

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