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Very few snacks are available and a bit pricey but the cheese plate is quite tasty!
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The weather was very comfortable.. I wore a light coat..
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33 reviews
12 stars
attended May 25 2011

A rare sighting.... twelve male dancers, each sublime in their technical skills. Superb alignment, fabulous extension, unbelievable beats and suppleness of the feet that is never seen in that many men on one stage. Worth the hour and a half...continued

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4 reviews
12 stars
attended May 28 2011

I loved the story and, of course, the music and dance. However I found the dancing in the third act to be a bit redundant though graceful and accomplished. Just my idiosyncrasy.

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4 reviews
5 stars
attended May 28 2011

Our seats were in Tier 2 in front and a little to the side, but enough to see most of the stage. At $35 per ticket, we were very pleased.
We LOVED the ballet! We learned in the preshow lecture that the Danish Ballet troupe takes pride in its...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“a triumph!”  —Dance Magazine
“A near-seamless fluidity. Split leaps and spinning turns seem to spring fully formed into the air.”  —_The Boston Globe _

Description

*5 American Premieres!

Program I: May 24, 25*

Nordic Choreography Project : A unique program of new works created by four great Nordic choreographers: August Bournonville, Jorma Uotinen, Jorma Elo and Johan Kobborg

Program II: May 27-29

Napoli: The company performs one of August Bournonville’s most beloved comic ballets in a brand new production by artistic director Nicolaj Hübbe