Making ballet more approachable with Frankenstein
Two hundred years after Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein and almost 150 years since the introduction of the iconic romantic ballet Giselle , Paul Destrooper has merged both in a presentation Oct. 19 at the Sid Williams Theatre. "We like to play with different ideas and maybe push ballet in not necessarily a populist direction, but Giselle can be seen as a little bit elitist.
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