Guerra Y Kronenberg En ‘Romeo Y Julieta’

Una pareja icónica del Miami City Ballet, Jennifer Kronenberg y Carlos Guerra, aparecen en anuncios del Miami City Ballet como ejemplo de amor y fidelidad hasta la muerte: enamorados en la vida, y ahora en el ballet de John Cranko Romeo y Julieta, con música de Sergei Prokofiev, que se presenta este fin de semana en el Arsht Center…

Romeo And Juliet: An MCB Premiere For A Season’s Grand Finale

Do you recall your first Romeo and Juliet? Shakespeare’s historic love story, re-imagined for centuries in print, on stage, through film, and in myriad other ways, makes its Miami City Ballet (MCB) debut this weekend. Pointing to the story’s enduring popular appeal, MCB Artistic Director Edward Villella notes, ‘Our choice was to close the season with a major work.’ John Cranko’s 1962 ballet Romeo and Juliet, with its Prokofiev score, fits the bill in both significance and scale…

Miami City Ballet Stages A Company Premiere Of The Classic ‘Romeo And Juliet’

Their eyes meet across a crowded room, and everyone else seems to disappear. Overwhelmed, fascinated, they dance, ignoring their quarreling families and friends. Later, he finds her alone, and they soar in each other’s arms. You know this won’t end well. But even without Shakespeare’s fabled words brought to life in the lean bodies and sunny studio of Miami City Ballet, Romeo and Juliet still packs a powerfully seductive emotional punch…

Miami City Ballet Commissions A New Work By 24-Year-Old Choreographer Liam Scarlett

The man creating a new dance for Miami City Ballet’s next season is a 24-year-old dancer with London’s Royal Ballet who’s being touted as one of the form’s most promising choreographic talents. And the creative collaboration came about through an ungraceful but fortuitous meeting, as MCB director Edward Villella, visiting the Royal during a vacation in London, and Liam Scarlett literally collided outside a Royal Opera House elevator last spring…

Miami City Ballet Invites Star-Crossed Lovers To Enter Contest For Romeo And Juliet

MIAMI (March 2, 2011)- O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo? Miami City Ballet is looking for star-crossed lovers to embrace their inner Shakespeare and pen a love letter to their own Romeo or Juliet for the chance to win a romantic downtown Miami evening on Saturday, March 26: two box-seat tickets to Miami City Ballet’s season finale

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