Romeo and Juliet Performed by City Ballet of San Diego
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The last date listed for Romeo and Juliet was Sunday May 13, 2012 / 2:00pm.
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Featured review from sandihi5
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It is like the Renaisance Faire on steroids. Imagine
a 40 piece orchestra and 30 sumptously costumed performers all caught-up in this very real, highly
energetic sword fighting....As at the Faire, YOU
are closely watching each and every move of the sword,
deeply enjoying how YOUR thrust is now besting your
When Romeo and Juliet are alone, the original scenery from the 1970's is so simple, yet inspired, that
one feels that are expressing their love both inside
and under the stars...all at the same time.
1 star deduct simply because the performance is 3 hours
long. This may simply reflect the fact that times have
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Although the ballet was lovely, it lasted way too long over 3 hours. The venue seats were very uncomfortable. I am short yet there was very little room for my legs. Also, we were on the mezzanine level and you had to walk down to the main...continued
John Nettles, Conductor
Not recommended for children under the age of 5.