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You Don't Have To Go To Russia To See The Bolshoi Ballet

“The role of Lyuska is not a simple role,” ballet dancer Ekaterina Krysanova explains in the video above, a behind-the-scenes look at Bolshoi Ballet in Cinema’s upcoming revival of “The Golden Age.” “I would even venture to say she’s very complex.” The ballet, which premiered in 1982 at the Bolshoi Theatre, takes viewers on a satirical journey to a seaside town in Soviet Russia in the roaring ‘20s, with a jazzy, music-hall soundtrack that’s rare to find on the Bolshoi stage.
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