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Ratmansky: One of the Greats!

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I’d compare Alexei Ratmansky to any historically significant choreographer—he reminds me of “the greats.” He’s a choreographer with immense range, from creating abstract works to re-staging classics, and he’s unfailingly passionate about his work. Shostakovich Trilogy is a gift from a master at work, who was able to explore the depths of his favorite composer, […]
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5 Fun Facts: Don Quixote

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Don Quixote is guaranteed to bring joy to all. Blending Russian classicism, Spanish flair, and relentless humor, Principal Dancer Vanessa Zahorian sums it up as, “explosive and powerful energy, pizazzy fun.” Here are Five Fun Facts that are unique to SF Ballet’s production that will get you ready for your visit: 1.   This production of […]
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Tweet the Plot: Don Quixote

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In three acts, Don Quixote is the ultimate romantic comedy. SF Ballet’s production weaves a romantic tale based on Cervantes’ classic novel. With the love story between Kitri and Basilio at center stage, SF Ballet’s production brings this Spanish village to life through the lively and comedic characters. Everyone who follows our guidelines and publishes a tweet by noon […]
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Meet The Characters of Don Quixote

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The ultimate romantic comedy, Don Quixote features a truly colorful cast of characters. Here we offer you a who’s who of the featured characters in the production (** spoiler alert** some of the descriptions include key plot points): Don Quixote – A dream-chasing, would-be knight who ventures out on the ultimate quest for love. Short on sleep and rich in […]
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