Ballet The National Theatre


Sergei Prokofiev


Choreography: Jean-Christophe Maillot
Conductor: David Švec
Sets: Ernest Pignon-Ernest
Costumes: Jérôme Kaplan
Lights: Dominique Drillot
Staged by: Bernice Coppieters, Giovanna Lorenzoni

Staging of the celebrated work Cinderella proves how multifarious the choreographic plan of the National Theatre Ballet is. On this occasion it will be the charming version by Jean-Christophe Maillot, a leading French choreographer and artistic director of the renowned ballet company in Monte Carlo, where this production originated. The bewitching story of the kind and graceful Cinderella penned by the French writer Charles Perrault inspired the Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev to create a work of remarkable poignancy, replete with tenderness, melancholy, as well as magnificent dance scenes.

Orchestra of the National Theatre

Production photographers: Hana Smejkalová, Diana Zehetner, Pavel Hejný, Roman Sejkot

Duration of the performance 2 hours and 5 minutes, 1 intermission

Premiere 14 April 2011 at the National Theatre


This production is not performed at the present time.

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