Romeo & Juliet
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Romeo and Julia becomes Julia & Romeo when world renowned choreographer Mats Ek presents his full-length work to Tchaikovsky's music, with its first performance of the Royal Swedish Ballet at the Royal Opera House. 'It's time to turn things around,' says Mats Ek. Also, one of Shakespeare's originals was in fact named Julia and Romeo. So you can say that this is a return to the story's source. And to use the music of Tchaikovsky, and not Prokofiev's, is also a signal. But the drama's bearing conflict with the young unprotected love versus the established… More