Royal or Rebel
Giselle is represented by two different ballet companies, in different eras by different choreographers. The romantic version was danced by the Australian Ballet and choreographed by Jean Coralli and Jules Perrot. It was choreographed and set in the early 1800's but performed in 1841, then later rechoreographed by Marius Petipa. The modern (contemporary) version of Giselle was choreographed by Matt Eks in the 1980's; however set in the 1920's, and danced by the Cullberg Ballet. In this version the storyline slightly differed from the romantic version and gave the male dancers a more prominent role. In both versions the movement and non-movement components differ to create a varied storyline. This assessment item involves comparing the similarities and differences of important aspects in both versions. These aspects will be discussed in the following order: costumes, props, sets and lights; music; number of dancers; storyline; dancers and movements.…
- Royal or Rebel
- This is an art description of the works that Vincent Van Gogh created.
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