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Bearded dancer in puffy blue jacket and hat leaps, watched by village dancers in front of levels with arches against painted blue sky.
Ballerina in white feathery skirt leaps arms outstretched, watched by courtly dancers in front of arches against painted blue sky.
Ballerina in orange dress is restrained by dancer behind her near gold standing tree and painted staircase.
Ballerina in gauzy wedding dress is held aloft by dancer in orange tights amid crowd of blurry guests.
Ballerina in orange dress raises fists at dancer in striped tunic bowing gracefully in front of painted arches.
Ballerina in white feathery skirt holds hands with lunging dancer in orange tights.
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The Taming of the Shrew

National Ballet of Canada

Production history

  • American Ballet Theatre (ABT) at The Met
  • Boston Ballet
  • Pennsylvania Ballet
  • Ballet West


Kurt-Heinz Stolz, after Domenico Scarlatti
John Cranko
Set & Costume Designer
Susan Benson
Lighting Designer
Robert Thomson