La Scala Ballet

Romeo and Juliet

In Cinemas 3, 4, 5 & 8 Mar 2017
Patrick Fournillier
Orchestra of the Teatro alla Scala
Roberto Bolle (Romeo), Misty Copeland (Juliet), Antonino Sutera (Mercuzio), Mick Zeni (Tebaldo), Marco Agostino (Benvolio), Riccardo Massimi (Paride), Alessandro Grillo (Lord Capuleti), Emanuela Montanari (Lady Capuleti), Luigi Saruggia (The Duke), Chiara Borgia (Rosalina)
Sergej Prokofiev
Kenneth MacMillan
Mauro Carosi
3h07 incl. 2 intervals
Captured live from Teatro alla Scala, Milan 15 Jan 2017
Official Event Listing

La Scala étoile Roberto Bolle and special guest artist Misty Copeland of the American Ballet Theatre, dance together for the first time.

Kenneth MacMillan's classic, set to the immortal notes of Prokofiev, has been in La Scala’s repertoire for many years now, and has seen some unforgettable and passionate performers alternating the roles. MacMillan deals with the matter paying great attention to human relations, lyricism and psychological tension, without neglecting moments of humour, through the dynamics and the emotions of ballet d’action. The specialist in the romantic repertoire Patrick Fournillier, will grace the La Scala podium.

Screening at all locations, excl. State & Riverside. 

Please note: this production replaces the originally billed Coppélia, which was withdrawn from the La Scala programme.


La Scala Ballet

The present day Ballet Company of Teatro alla Scala can boast a glorious past whose roots go back centuries to the 1778 inauguration of the world’s most celebrated musical theatre. 

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