Colorado Ballet will perform "Cinderella" at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House until the 19th
(Denver = Wongeol Jeong) It was a warm evening in early spring.
On the gentle breeze, the scent of spring rode in. Following the warm wind, spring came to my heart as well.
The Colorado Ballet performed "Cinderella." Ellie Caulkins Opera House was bustling with many people. I was able to truly experience the reputation of the Colorado Ballet.
The performance began with Cinderella, her stepmother, and two stepsisters.
The Colorado Ballet portrayed this scene comically. It was very different from the sad feeling I had when reading the fairy tale book. Whenever Cinderella's stepsisters appeared, the audience burst into laughter.
The plot of the performance was not much different from the fairy tale "Cinderella." The only difference was that the two stepsisters were portrayed in a very comical way.
Dana Benton and Yosvani Ramos' acting and dance skills stood out in this performance. The ballerina and ballerino were depicting "Cinderella" on stage with all their might.
Especially the scene where the prince and Cinderella dance together at the end was amazing.
The beautiful and graceful dance, like two swans, made the audience involuntarily marvel.
The happiness of Cinderella and the prince flowed to the audience.
Spring was coming.
This ballet, composed by Sergei Prokofiev, was choreographed by Ben Stevenson.
Colorado Ballet's Cinderella is scheduled to be performed at Ellie Caulkins Opera House until the 19th.
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