Forum: Ballet / Ballet Choreography

Romeo and Juliet
By tybalt
On Thu Sep 25, 2008 04:52 AM

Reading Shakespeare's prologue
" ...whose misadventured piteous overthrows
do with their death bury their parents' strife..
...which but their children's death nought could remove.."

I get aware that in the R&J versions I know (Cranco, Macmillan, Neumaier) the ballet ends with the lovers' death in the depth of the tomb. In Zefirelli's movie I see a very touching final scene of reconciliation of the two mourning families before the dome.

Does anybody know a R&J-ballet version which goes along with Shakespeare's intention?

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