When two worlds collide in the face of a tragic romance, a relentless pursuit leads to a bold and dramatic twist of fate.
Romeo and Juliet is one of the world’s most classic romance and it will be performed to Prokofiev’s heart-rending music played by the Metropolitan Festival Orchestra. With drama at its core, this ballet coalesces swordplay, humour, and stunning choreography into a sensational statement of the true essence of beauty in ballet. Romeo and Juliet is a timeless ballet that soared and inspired the greatest choreographers through centuries. SDT’s production of Romeo and Juliet was created by legendary Singaporean choreographer Choo-San Goh, and staged by Janek Schergen, Artistic Director of SDT.
Romeo and Juliet is a stunning ballet that will leave your heart in the theatre even after you’ve left. Would you dare to fall in love all over again? Would you dare to dance with us?
Daring to move and forge ahead with strengthened artistry and refined technicalities, SDT is a forward-thinking company and has established itself over the past 32 years as the premier professional dance company in Singapore.
This sensational 32nd anniversary season brings to stage three remarkable works. Opening the night with an enthralling world premiere by Timothy Rushton, followed by the highly anticipated company premiere of Ibsen’s House by Val Caniparoli, as well as the restaging of the awe-inspiring Organ Concerto by Nils Christe.
This season will present SDT at its finest, come and be amazed by the exquisite and ethereal performance and choreography.
Passages Contemporary Season will feature three brand new world premieres by excruciatingly creative and genius Choreographers – Timothy Harbour, Natalie Weir, and for the first time in Singapore, Loughlan Prior.
In our world where creativity and inspirations are constantly bursting forth like never before, find yourself in the midst of the most cutting-edge dance works at Passages. Be completely immersed in this festival of the evolution of contemporary ballet as we take it upon ourselves to dare to be different!
Staged in a black box theatre, be sure to secure your tickets early and let’s ride on this manic wave of fine artistry and originality.