alison Posted June 13, 2016 Share Posted June 13, 2016 Bear with me: there *is* a reason why this is in the dance section of the forum The other week, I caught up with this film in the cinema, and was surprised to see Carlos Acosta, in "Diana & Actaeon" "mini-skirt", featuring in the opening sequence, followed by a load of ballerinas in fairly standard white tutus (some of whose names I recognised from ENB when the credits rolled). As I never actually got to see La Esmeralda in the cinema due to a transmission failure, can anyone tell me whether it would actually make sense to have D&A plus a corps in what may well have been white swan tutus or similar in the same ballet? I'm assuming it may just have been cinematic expediency, but I may be wrong. Also, if anyone happens to recognise the theatre they used: the decoration on the boxes was ringing bells, but I can't remember where it's from. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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