Voronezh State Theater of Opera
Voronezh State Theater of Opera was founded in 1870. It tours as the State Ballet Theater of Russia since 1961.
- "No Pumpkin and No Dancing Broom, but Cinderella Still Finds Love". New York Times. January 29, 2007. Retrieved 2011-01-21.
When an obscure Russian company comes to town for a one-off performance of a classical ballet, you never know what to expect. The latest example was the State Ballet Theater of Russia, the touring name of the Voronezh State Theater of Opera and Ballet, a group formed in 1961. Its presentation of Vladimir Vasiliev’s “Cinderella” at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center departed liberally from the program’s synopsis, based on Nikolai Volkov’s 1940s libretto.
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