“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.
The Bolshoi Ballet dancer will perform with Westside Ballet, one of many pros visiting area productions. They can inspire young dancers. On a recent frigid and blustery night in Moscow, the Bolshoi Ballet's Joy Womack was talking ab...
The already bizarre case of Sergei Filin, the artistic director of Russia's Bolshoi Ballet who was attacked with acid last month, has a new twist: Suspicions reportedly are now being turned to some dancers within the famed company.
Bolshoi Ballet in Cinema presents Jean-Christophe Maillot’s THE TAMING OF THE SHREW on Sunday, January 24th. The cast is as follows: Katharina, the Shrew: Ekaterina Krysanova Petruchio Vladislav Lantratov Bianca: Olga Smirnova Lucen...