Tonight we bid farewell to cream-colored unitards, Austen-esque wigs, empirical dresses, and trees-on-wheels--yes, the long run of En Skærsommernatsdrøm comes to a close this evening. Fear not, however, because Shakespeare luckily inspired more ballet. Which (after a rare Friday night off tomorrow) we'll bring to you in the form of Louise Midjord's Othello (coupled with Pontus Lidberg's new ballet) starting Saturday at Skuespilhuset. A sneak peek of Othello below, as well as a video clip available here:
So if you like any of the following things: camouflage; dry ice; war; strippers; backstabbing; tragedy; pigtails; excellent music; or breakdancing...then I highly suggest you come to Skuepilhuset this weekend to experience all of the above. It really is a super cool interpretation of Shakespeare, and I'm not just saying that because I'm in it ;)
(Photos from: kglteater.dk)
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