Romeo and Juliet – the children of the two hostile Verona families – meet in a masquerade ball. The ancient conflict between the Montague and Capulet families is like a dark cloud above the whole city, but love does not know such barriers: these young people will fall in love with each other at first sight, and soon, they secretly get married.
The Royal Ballet Fehérvár is preparing for a new great show. Based on the classic work of Shakespeare, involving Prokofiev’s music, the premiere of Romeo and Juliet in three acts will be on May 12 at the Vörösmarty Theater.
After the successful performance with the Nutcracker last year, the Royal Ballet Fehérvár is getting ready for a new show: based on the classic work by Shakespeare, and on Prokofiev's music, Romeo and Juliet – ballet in three acts – will be presented for the first time on May 12 at the Vörösmarty Theater.
The Royal Ballet Fehérvár under the leadership of Attila Egerházi is seeking male dancers with strong classical and contemporary technique for the 2019/2020 season. Strong performer skills are preferred.
The next major show in the Royal Ballet Fehérvár will be Prokofiev's dance theatrical drama in three acts: Romeo and Juliet. The ballet was directed by Attila Egerházi who was responsible for the choreography.
The Royal Ballet Fehérvár had its first open day of this year held in the in the mirror room of the Dance House in Malom street. Participants had the opportunity to get to know the dancers' everyday lives, and they were the first ones to see details of the upcoming production: Romeo and Juliet.
The Royal Ballet Fehérvár – lead by Attila Egerházi – is looking for male and female dancers with outstanding classical ballet and modern dance technique as well as powerful performing skills for the season: 2019/2020.