The Grammar of Ornament, choreography by Ashley Page, was an amazing work. The music and dancing went hand in hand. Ashley is quoted in the program directory as saying "it's almost like listening to something slowly fall apart." I would agree, but nothing falling apart has ever looked so beautiful.
Cripple and the Starfish, choreographed by Adam Hougland, was a hauntingly beautiful testament to the human spirit, its resilience, the search for love and for belonging. I found myself loving the music, by Anthony and the Johnsons, just as I love watching to TB dancers bring the story to life. Watch the video at the end of the blog for a documentary on the making of this ballet.
Romeo, choreographed by Luciano Cannito, was a modern day version of Romeo and Juliet, but with a sort of West Side Story twist to it. The dancers were stunning in their outfits and the vision of the story was dark and gritty. Loved it.
Please buy your tickets and support this world class Ballet Studio right here in Tulsa. You will not regret it. It is PERFECTION!!!