Russian National Ballet - Cinderella
a bit of history about the full-length two-act ballet, Sergei Prokofiev composed
the music between 1940 and 1944, with libretto by Nicolai Volkov, and choreography
by Rostislav Zakharov. It premiered at the Bolshoi Theatre in 1945.
Russian National Ballet - Cinderella Troupe
stage version and editorial was by Elena
Radchenko and Alexander Daev (choreography
assistant), sets and costumes by Elisaveta
Dvorkina, and lighting by Marina
company was founded in Moscow in 1989 under the direction of the famous dancer Sergei Radchenko, and includes the
Russian National Ballet Theatre with Director Elena Radchenko, and the Moscow Festival Ballet with Director Sergey Radchenko.
Cinderella is a delightful tale
of fantasy and romance that always captures the hearts of all, both young and
old, and the Russian National Ballet Theatre's performance at the Quick Center for
the Arts on March 29, 2017 stole many hearts that evening with its exquisite
Russian National Ballet Theatre is a highly-regarded company for classic ballet,
and technical excellence and graceful execution by the dancers exceeded our expectations,
and the gorgeous costumes and lavish set dazzled our eyes, making the ballet a
joy to watch as we fell under the spell of this enchanting story.
Elena Khorosheva and Milena Stashina
"Ugly Step-Sisters" - Russian National Ballet - Cinderella
Maria Klueva performing the role
of Cinderella was a vision to watch,
as was Eldar Sarsembayev as the Prince, and Olga Gudkova as the Fairy
Godmother. Delightfully entertaining were the dancers Evgeniy Rudakov as Cinderella's Stepmother, and Elena Khorosheva and Milena Stashina as the Ugly
Step-Sisters, who amused the audience with their crazy antics, and the entire
company's performance was one of flawless perfection.
the story is well-known, at the end of the ballet when the Prince is reunited with Cinderella,
there is always the excitement of romance and that the couple will live happily
ever after. Beautifully performed by the Russian National Ballet Theatre, the story
will continue to live on in the hearts of the Quick Center for the Arts' audience.
located in Fairfield, Connecticut, the Quick Center for the Arts
is a 30-minute drive from Greenwich and New Haven, a 60-minute drive from
Hartford, and a 90-minute drive from New York City.
Quick Center for the Arts has an extensive program of theatre, dance, opera,
classic, and jazz series, as well as family productions throughout the year.
A few of the many
exciting upcoming programs at the Quick Center for the Arts include:
Family Fun SErvies: The Little Prince
April 23, 2017
The Met: Der Rosenkavalier (R. Strauss)
May 18, 2017
NT Live: Twelfth Night
May 22, 2017
NT Live: Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead
June 12, 2017
Daniel Radcliffe and Joshua McGuire, David Haig
information on upcoming programs and events, please visit the website, www.QuickCenter.com.
tickets or information, please call: +1-203-254-4010 or toll-free:
Center for the Arts
1073 North Benson Road
Fairfield, CT 06824
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information on the Russian National
Ballet Theatre please visit the website: www.radchenko-ballet.com/en
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