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Sleeping Beauty is the much-loved tale of a cursed princess doomed to sleep for one hundred years. However, the enchantment is finally broken with an handsome prince awakens when with a kiss. Approx running time 3 hours. Made possible (2006) by The Linbury Trust and the Royal Opera House Endowment Fund with additional support from The Dalriada Trust, Simon and Virginia Robertson, Mrs Marina Hobson MBE and Dianne and Michael Bienes.

Music Tchaikovsky. Producer Royal Ballet. Conductor Boris Gruzin (Apr08 22/26/28/29/ May08 1/2/5/6). Conductor Valeriy Ovsyanikov (Mar08 13/17/22/29 Apr08 3/8/10/11/16/18). Choreographer Mariius Petipa. Choreographer Ninette de Valois (additional choreography). Choreographer Frederick Ashton (additional choreography). Choreographer Anthony Dowell (additional choreography). Choreographer Christopher Wheeldon (additional choreography). Choreographer Monica Mason (this production - after Ninette de Valois and Nicholas Sergeyev). Choreographer Christopher Newton (this production - after Ninette de Valois and Nicholas Sergeyev). Design Oliver Messel. Design Peter Farmer (realization and additional design). Lighting Mark Jonathan.

Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping Beauty (Dance or ballet) production archive for QTIX code T1516701519. Details of all Sleeping Beauty archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S526791026

Archive Listings

28 Oct 06
to
16 Dec 06
Royal Opera House
West End
Greater London

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