“Cranko’s handling of the Pushkin story as dance is masterly.” – The Sunday Times
“(Tatiana) takes control of her own life and shows Onegin the door.” – Utah Arts Review
Love Letters! A Duel to the Death! A Powerful Woman! Be whisked away to the Romantic era of the 19th century with the story of young Tatiana in love with the handsome, elegant, and cold Onegin. In her search for a hero, Tatiana learns to be one herself. Sweeping and lush orchestral music accompany John Cranko’s dramatic telling of this daring and unexpected tale of passion and tragedy.
Based on Alexander Pushkin’s final narrative poem masterpiece, Eugene Onegin, was first imagined as an opera by the great Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky. John Cranko created a full-length ballet for the same dramatic story, ingeniously arranging different pieces of Tchaikovsky’s orchestral music to create the score for what is considered one of the greatest story ballets of all time.
5-performance packages start just $131. Single tickets, if available, will go on sale in September.
Recommended ages 8 and up.
Programs, artists, and dates subject to change.
Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, arranged by Kurt-Heinz Stolze
Scenic design and Costume design
April 13, 1965 Staatstheater Stuttgart
April 5, 2019 Delta Hall at the Eccles
Ballet West Health and Safety Policy
The health and safety of our patrons and staff is our highest priority. We are monitoring health officials’ guidelines for public gatherings and will adhere to accepted best practices. You can purchase with confidence and know that should our policy change, we will continue to be flexible with your investment in us.
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AT THE JANET QUINNEY LAWSON CAPITOL THEATRE
|PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE – SUBJECT TO CHANGE|
|October 21||Evening 7:30pm|
|October 22||Evening 7:30pm|
|October 27||Evening 7:30pm|
|October 29||Matinee 2pm|
|October 29||Evening 7:30pm|
CASTING – TO BE DETERMINED
FOR THE MOST ACCURATE LIST OF PERFORMERS, BE SURE TO CHECK THE CASTING BOARD IN THE LOBBY.