The delightful tale of a mad inventor and life-like doll he creates.
Coppélia, considered one of the greatest comic ballets of the 19th Century, has remained one of the best-loved classical works in the ballet repertory. Originally choreographed by Arthur St. Léon in 1870, restaged by Petipa in 1884, and revised by Cecchetti in 1894, it has been performed regularly since then.
Performances at the Donald W. Nixon Centre
for the Performing & Visual Arts
Sunday, June 9th at 1pm (Cast A)
Sunday, June 9th at 6:00 pm (Cast B)
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A variety of comical detours and amusing mix-ups are a part of this beloved ballet. Enjoy the humorous rode as love conquers all with a few strange turns
along the way.
A lighthearted romantic ballet where mistaken identity takes on a whole new twist in this comical love story between sweethearts Swanhilda & Frantz.
Eccentric Doll Maker
A charming tale featuring the dolls of the eccentric toy maker Dr. Coppelius.
Do they come to life or is it our imagination wishing them to?