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Romeo and Juliet - Theatrical Production
Oct 12 2016
Romeo and Juliet
Auditorium Theatre - IL
Oct 13 2016
Metropolitan Opera: Romeo and Juliet
Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center
Dec 31 2016
Los Angeles Philharmonic: Gustavo Dudamel - Romeo and Juliet
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Feb 2 2017
Ballet Arizona: Romeo and Juliet
Phoenix Symphony Hall
Feb 9 2017
Romeo and Juliet & Carmen
RiverCenter for the Performing Arts - Bill Heard Theatre
Feb 17 2017
Romeo and Juliet - Theatrical Production
Capitol Center For The Arts - NH
Apr 4 2017
Hawaii Symphony Orchestra: Kenneth Lam & Sayaka Shoji - Romeo and Juliet
Neal S. Blaisdell Center - Concert Hall
May 13 2017
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One of the most renowned tragic romantic stories, Romeo and Juliet is making its way to theatre once again staging productions at the Richard Rogers Theatre in New York and State Theatre in Brunswick. These productions are expected to be directed by Tony Award nominee, David Leveaux, who is bringing one of the most iconic love stories to Broadway after 36 years. His productions will present a star-studded cast that includes Orlando Bloom as Romeo and Condola Rashad as Juliet. Become witness to William Shakespeare's most iconic works by purchasing Romeo and Juliet ticket today to attend any of the upcoming shows.
The tale of Romeo and Juliet presents a tragic story of two star crossed lovers who are led to deaths due to familial feuds. The play was written by Shakespeare who was born in 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire. The writer is often accredited of being the greatest dramatists of the world. Throughout his entire life, till his death in 1616, Shakespeare wrote over thirty eight plays, two narrative poems, one hundred and fifty four sonnets and countless verses.
A majority of his works were written during the years 1589 and 1613. His earliest plays followed a theme of history and comedy and he brought these genres under the spotlight till the end of the sixteenth century. He later started incorporating tragedy to his romantic plays and came forth with plays such as King Lear, Hamlet, Macbeth, Othello and Romeo and Juliet. Nearing his retirement, Shakespeare started writing tragicomedies. Even though Shakespeare was a reputable writer during his life, it wasn't until the nineteenth century that Shakespeare's work was deemed priceless. Since then his works are constantly studied, adapted and rediscovered in diverse political and cultural contexts.
One of his most popular plays, Romeo and Juliet is making its way to Broadway this season. The story of the play presents a long established rivalry between two houses; Capulet and Montague. It focuses on how the intense differences between the families lead to extreme consequences. The story revolves around emotions of love, hate, jealousy, revenge, despair and takes you an emotional journey.
It begins when Paris wishes to marry Juliet, Lord Capulet's thirteen year old daughter and Capulet orders his daughter to do so. He invites Paris to attend the Capulet ball to introduce his daughter to him. Little does he know that Montague's son, Romeo will fall in love with Juliet at this very ball. Falling in love at first sight, Romeo makes his way to Juliet's balcony and confesses his love to her. They agree to wed and approach Friar Laurence to help them. They wed the next day. This is where the story takes a turn and unfortunate events start unfolding leading to unseen consequences and a tragic ending. The powerful ending is very moving and leaves an impact that has lived on for years.
The story that has been rated four stars by Goodreads and five stars by Commonsensemedia.org is considered as one of the greatest pieces of writing of the nineteenth century. Critic publications and audiences alike have called the story to be "tragically exhilarating" and one of the most challenging stories to bring to stage. Watch this grieving tale of romance, conflicts and tragedy as Romeo and Juliet is brought to the life once again. Buy Romeo and Juliet tickets to see the play as it unfolds in front of you. It will keep you gripped throughout.
Romeo and Juliet
Romeo and Juliet is an early tragedy by William Shakespeare about two teenage star-cross'd lovers. The play has been highly praised by literary critics for its language and dramatic effect. It was among Shakespeare's most popular plays during his lifetime and is one of his most frequently performed plays.
At least 24 operas have been based on Romeo and Juliet. The earliest, Romeo und Julie, a Singspiel by Georg Benda. It is occasionally revived. The best-known is Gounod's Romeo et Juliette, a critical triumph and frequently revived today. Bellini's I Capuleti e i Montecchi is also revived from time to time.
The play has also had a number of musical theatre adaptations, the most famous of which is West Side Story. It debuted on Broadway in 1957 and in London's West End in 1958, and became a popular film in 1961. This version updated the setting to mid-20th century New York City. Other musical adaptations include Terrence Mann's 1999 rock musical William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, Gerard Presgurvic's 2001 Romeo et Juliette, de la Haine a l'Amour and Riccardo Cocciante's 2007 Giulietta & Romeo. The best-known ballet version is Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet in 1938. Romeo et Juliette by Berlioz is a "symphonie dramatique", premiered in 1839. The Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture, by Tchaikovsky, contains the famous melody known as the "love theme".
Romeo and Juliet - the Musical, an adaptation of a French hit, but billed as a new musical, lands on the West End stage. It is a fun evening. The musical opens with "This Is Verona." as the rival families wriggle on climbing frames making Verona look like Europe's vice capital with its leather clad pimps and barely clad girls. David Beckham comes centre stage playing Tybalt. The dance is the kind of frenetic choreography. Juliet's appearance is a shock. She is so very young and. Juliet's balcony is made out of parallel bars making her look as if she is in a playpen. Romeo and Juliet are sweet children and sing sweetly.
Jane McDonald, plays the Nurse. Sevan Stephan, plays Friar Lawrence. Andrew Bevis and Alexis James have all the making of teen heart throbs, beautiful to look at and with nice voices. Gerard Presgurvic's music is well enough sung. The singers belt out the songs but they are somehow melody free. The ball room scene has a backdrop of a badly copied Botticelli's Birth of Venus. Barely a word from the Bard is allowed to survive. Instead, it is as if one gave the text to a group of thirteen year olds and asked them to translate it, the boring and banal replacing the poetic. Don Black's lyrics are commonplace and mercilessly lacking in wit. Each line is five or six or seven syllables, "We'll meet in the sky/So we'll say good bye".
Artistic license has also been taken with the story. Tybalt declares his love for Juliet and Romeo does not meet, let alone murder, Paris in the churchyard. Everyone is very fashionably dressed. Red and black leather for the Montagues, Red and purple for the Capulet. Direction has the cast appearing up in the Dress Circle as all is kept on the move. The American tourist has not returned to London in any great numbers. Without them, London's theatrical producers are looking for a new audience. Second City Theatricals and Chicago Shakespeare Theatre have teamed up to present the smash hit musical "Second City's Romeo and Juliet Musical - The People vs. Friar Laurence: The Man Who Killed Romeo and Juliet." This new musical is a hilarious parody of Shakespeare's most famous love story.
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