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SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL BALLET

     13th 9th 2014 at 19:00 MACBETH (open-air performance at Helfštýn)
     20th 10th 2014 at 19:00 Midsummer Night's Dream *
     21st 10th 2014 at 19:00 MACBETH *
     22nd 10th 2014 at 19:00 ROMEO AND JULIET *

* performance in the Moravian Theatre Olomouc

450 anniversary of the birth of William Shakespeare decided to celebrate the original file ballet Moravian Theatre Olomouc. Personality famous playwright worship themed show. Shakespeare festival ballet starts at Saturday, September 13, 2014 presentation of Macbeth, which will take place in the open air in the castle Helfstyn. Tickets for the show are on sale at the box office Moravian Theatre Olomouc.

The artistic director of the ballet Moravian Theatre Olomouc (MDO) Robert Balogh began to think about Shakespeare festival after last year's premiere of Romeo and Juliet. Ballet Macbeth in Baloghová directed and choreographed theater in Olomouc was premiered on 13 November 2009 after the last performance in March 2012, thanks to the festival now making a comeback. A stylish indeed. Dance drama adaptation of the brave Scottish general who desires to gain the throne, in fact get its introduction at Helfštýn. For the director Macbeth is the main story of the transformation of a revered hero in the hated tyrant. Original libretto by Vladimir Vasilyev considerably modified.

In the title role returns Ivo Jambor. The character of Lady Macbeth is played by Jelena Iliina, then we can Dmitrij Savakov, Luke Cenek, Sylva Pospíšilová, Irina Laptev, Catherine Iranová and more. Open-air performances begin in 19 hours.

The festival will continue in October already at the stage of Moravian Theatre Olomouc. On Monday 20 October, the program charming ballets Felix Mendelssohn Midsummer Night's Dream, choreographed and directed by Libor Vaculik. The next two evenings will feature mentioned tragedy Macbeth and the ballet version of Romeo and Juliet with music by Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev, as it staged Robert Balogh. All performances begin at 19 o'clock.