Eifman Ballet of St. Petersburg at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
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The last date listed for Anna Karenina was Sunday June 26, 2005 / 2:00pm.
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This was an extraordinary event, beautifully presented and performed. Truly theatirca presentation with an extraordinary movement vocabulary that was moving and captivating. Our seats were fantastic, near the center in the Orchestra. I would not...continued
For sheer spectacle and intense drama don’t miss this thrilling production, the Southern California premiere of a bold new Anna Karenina. Known to some as the “Bad Boy” of Russian Ballet, choreographer Boris Eifman turned the ballet world on its ear with his own penetrating contemporary vision merging sex appeal, cinematic storytelling and fierce ballet technique. His dazzling and innovative works constantly reveal new forms and new principles of dance making. This red hot company had to wait ten years after its 1977 creation in Russia to tour internationally, but the world has been clamoring for it ever since.
This is a different program from the one offered recently at Orange County Performing Arts Center. Due to mature content, it is not appropriate for all ages.
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