Ithaca Ballet presents “Giselle”

Published by April 15, 2014 1:28 am Leave your thoughts

Director Cindy Reid of the Ithaca Ballet speaks with WSKG’s Bill Snyder about the upcoming performances of Adolphe Adam’s full-length ballet Giselle. It’s the story of a girl who dies of a broken heart when she is jilted by her lover. Her death causes him to beg for forgiveness from her spirit. When her lover is targeted by the supernatural Willis for death, she manages to save him.

 

Photograph courtesy dalbera via Flickr

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