The Sleeping Beauty returns to Boston
From 22 March 2013 To 07 April 2013Address
Boston Opera House 539 Washington Street Boston, MA 02111, United States
Marius Petipa’s The Sleeping Beauty has become one of Boston Ballet’s trademark works in recent years and it will once again be performed at the Boston Opera House between March 22nd and April 7th.
It features stunning sets and costumes by the Royal Ballet's David Walker and has earned rave reviews every time it has appeared on stage.
In 2009 when it was last presented, The New York Times hailed it as a “superb achievement".
People staying in Boston hotels around the time of this latest production run can still pick up a few tickets and they are priced from $29.00.
Opera fans can get to the Boston Opera House simply by driving from the Millennium Bostonian Hotel Boston along Tremont Street.
As the trip only takes eight minutes, a taxi there and back is also an option. Alternatively people could avoid the roads altogether and take the subway, which will take ten minutes.
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