August17 2019 (Sat)
7:30 PM

Romeo and Juliet - Ballet

S. Prokofiev

Hybernia Theatre | Classical Music

100 minutes | Not available

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Date: August 17, 2019 | 19:30 (Sat)
Venue: Hybernia Theatre
Duration: 100 minutes
Status: Not available
Reviews: (8)
Group discount 10+ people

Enjoy Romeo and Juliet, the famous ballet by S. Prokofiev performed by first-rate dancers

Breathtaking ballet by Sergei Prokofiev on the theme of the most famous love story of all times by W. Shakespeare!  

Romeo and Juliet, one of the most famous ballets of all times, was composed by Sergei Prokofiev in 1935, based on a synopsis created by Adrian Piotrovsky and Sergey Radlov. The full ballet was premiered in the Mahen Theatre, Brno (then Czechoslovakia, now the Czech Republic), on 30 December 1938.

Today it is better known from the significantly revised version that was first presented at the Kirov Theatre in Leningrad on 11 January 1940, with choreography by Leonid Lavrovsky and with Konstantin Sergeyev and Galina Ulyanova in the lead roles.

Performed by the soloists of leading Czech ballet scenes.


Romeo: Sláva Burlac, Miroslav Hradil, Karel Audy
Juliet: Andrea Kramešová, Magdalena Matějková, Daria Lazucova
Tybalt: Ondřej Novotný, Karel Audy, Saša Kysil
Merkucio: Serghei Gerciu, Sláva Burlac, Libor Kettner
Lady Capulet: Karolína Cachová, Klára Žežulková
Nurse: Pavlína Mráziková, Leila Labiodová
Friar Laurence: Milan Boček, Daniel Rybický
Count Paris: Jiří Waňka, Marek Kašparovský


  • One 15-minute long intermission
  • The music to the ballet is played from the record.
  • We recommend to print your e-Tickets instead of having them on your phone. 
  • Children under 8 years free of charge
  • Dress code: casual 

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