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Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo - Programme 2 archiveSkilled, athletic and with superb comic timing, the Trocks present classic ballet, but not as you know it! Formed in 1974 off-off Broadway, Les Ballets Tockadero de Monte Carlo - or as they are affectionately known today, 'The Trocks' - struck a chord with their inspired blend of parody and playful homage to the formal world of classical ballet. The twist - all the parts were played by men: the princes, the villains, and the dashing heroes; but also the sylphs, the swans, the sprites, the princesses and even the angst-ridden maiden aunts! The Trocks have become an international phenomenon, subtly lampooning the conceits and manners of the Ballet Russe style in their all-male dance extravaganzas from Siberia to Monte Carlo itself. They've played in over 500 cities (30 countries) and performed TV specials for Shirley MacLaine, Jennifer Saunders and even a South Bank Show special. Yet theirs is no crude spoofing. What makes The Trocks so beloved of aficionados and dance novices alike, is the virtuosic skill, exquisite athleticism, and sublime comic timing that they bring to the stage, making their gratuitous gaffes and hilarious pratfalls so effortless and infectious. (Programme Two) features: Merce Cunningham-inspired Patterns in Space - The UK premiere of Don Quixote - Go For Barocco, a satire on Balanchine's choreography - The abstract classical ballet Les Sylphides


Ida Nevasyneva, Olga Supphozova, Larisko Dumbchenko


Company: Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
Producer: Dance Consortium
Design(s): John Claassen, Robert Gouge
Costume: Mike Gonzales (after Benois / Ken Busbin)
Choreographer(s): Alexandre Minz (inspired by Merce Cunningham), Peter Anastos (inspired by Marius Petipa and Alexander Gorsky)

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo - Programme 2

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo - Programme 2 (Dance or ballet) production archive for QTIX code T0876936675. Details of all Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo - Programme 2 archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S780

Archive Listings

22 Sep 15
26 Sep 15
Peacock Theatre
West End, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive


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