Marius Petipa's

The Sleeping Beauty

Apr 30–May 16, 2021

Soo-bin Lee and Patric Palkens as the prince and Aurora in The Sleeping Beauty against a pink background by Rachel Neville Photography

Soo-bin Lee and Patric Palkens

Photo credit: Rachel Neville Photography

Soo-bin Lee and Patric Palkens

Photo credit: Rachel Neville Photography

The Details

Music

Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Choreography

Marius Petipa, additional choreography by Sir Frederick Ashton

Set and Costume Design

David Walker

Lighting Design

John Cuff

Production

Ninette de Valois (After Nicolai Sergeyev’s 1939 production)

Original Premiere

Jan 15, 1890, Imperial Ballet, Maryinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg, Russia




Run Time: Approximately two hours and 45 minutes, including two 15-minute intermissions

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