Why See Texas Ballet Theater - Beauty and the Beast?
Belle du jour
Thanks to a certain live action adaptation, this classic fairytale has enjoyed a resurgence around the world. Featuring a dramatic adventure, an unexpected love story and a cast of wonderful characters, this ballet from San Francisco Ballet's Lew Christensen is the perfect way to enjoy this tale as old as time. Set to Tchaikovsky's swelling score!
A rose by any other name
Whilst wandering in the enchanted forest that surrounds a mysterious and imposing castle, Belle is presented with a red rose by her father. But the master of the land, the terrifying Beast, outraged by this simple gesture, captures Belle, and banishes her father from the Kingdom.
Once within The Beast's clutches, Belle is presented with riches and wonder, but none can win her heart or suppress her desire to see her family. When she manages to escape, the Beast's heart breaks, perhaps forever. A red rose is delivered to Belle she must now decide what her heart really feels.
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