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Ballet Jorgen will return to Estevan

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Ballet Jorgen will be the fourth show in the local Stars for Saskatchewan series. (Photo submitted)

The Estevan Arts Council will present Ballet Jorgen at the Estevan Comprehensive School on Tuesday, February 18 at 7:30 p.m.

The performance is going to be the fourth show in the local Stars for Saskatchewan series.

Ballet Jorden will perform their interpretation of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet – a story of love, anguish and revenge that will be transformed through ballet.

While remaining true to the original story of Romeo and Juliet, Jorgen focuses on creating a clear and emotionally driven journey into the classic tale.

The story begins with the smell of a rose and the prick of a thorn. Two lovers unite and a mother defies them to create a tale that is more than pure dark.

Local dancers from the Drewitz School of Dance are going to be part of the performance.

 


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