Based on Pushkin's classic novel of unrequited love, Onegin is both thrillingly theatrical and astonishingly human. Though cynical, citified Onegin is the title character, it is the naÃ¯ve Tatiana who steals our hearts, blossoming into a woman of intelligence, strength, and depth. Cranko's gorgeous choreography and masterful storytelling, along with sets and costumes by TonyÂ® Award-winner Santo Loquasto and lighting by James F. Ingalls, bring us all the color and drama of Imperial Russia in a story that feels remarkably fresh even today.
More details: https://www.sfballet.org/tickets/production/overview/program-8-2016
Start:April 30, 2016
End:May 08, 2016
Where:War Memorial Opera House, 301 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco, California, United States, 94109