With its origins in a work first seen in Bordeaux in 1789, La Fille mal gardée had been staged by several choreographers in the 19th century. Frederick Ashton brought the work into the 20th century and created an instant classic which has never left The Royal Ballets repertory. The simple story of Lise, her suitor Colas and Lises larger-than-life mother, the Widow Simone, who tries to marry her off to the simpleton son of a rich neighbor, is full of delicious comedy but also wonderful, characterful choreography. Funny and touching, La Fille mal gardée is the perfect ballet for first-timers of all ages, but it is also one to which ballet-lovers will return again and again with renewed pleasure at every performance.
|Reparto:||Roberta Marquez,Steven McRaue|
|Escritor(es):||Giacomo Puccini,Henry Murger,Giuseppe Giacosa|
|Nombre Original:||Opera in Cinema: Royal Opera Houses La Fille Mal GardÃ©e ENCORE|