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Bolshoi Ballet 20/21

For its 11th season, the Bolshoi Ballet in cinema series confirms the company’s desire to share the excellence of its art to all dance lovers around the globe. This Fall, three ballets captured live in Moscow will be shown on the big screen worldwide. Love and enchantment will be constituent of this season’s first part, which starts in October with Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet choreographed by Alexei Ratmansky. Following in November, the passionate romance of Marguerite Gautier and Armand Duval, adapted from Dumas Fils’ famous novel The Lady of the Camellias will be presented in John Neumeier’s for the Bolshoi’s stage. At the end of the year, The Nutcracker’s irresistible magic will take over cinemas and delighted audiences with Tchaikovsky's exquisite score. Experience the best of ballet in cinema and meet us again in January 2021 for the second part of this season which, hopefully, will sign the return of live broadcasts from Moscow.

Despite their families being merciless enemies, Romeo and Juliet are deeply in love. The rivalry between the Capulets and Montagues will cost Romeo his best friend's life, causing him to seek revenge…

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Armand Duval finds himself at the auction of the famous courtesan Marguerite Gautier’s possessions after she passed away. She was Armand’s true love, and the vision of her belongings awakens vivid memories of their turbulent love story.

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On Christmas Eve, Marie receives a nutcracker doll as a gift. In her dreams, the toy turns into a courageous and charming prince, who takes the girl on an unforgettable adventure.

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