May 31st, 2019
Houston Ballet Presents
The Merry Widow
Friday May 31, 2019 7:30 PM
Houston Ballet once again will present The Merry Widow, originally an operetta by Franz Lehár. The Merry Widow is schedule by the company this weekend (May 31st thru June 9th, 2019) at the Wortham Center on the Brown stage.
The musical arrangement has been used for two ballets: the first was choreographed by Ronald Hynd for The Australian Ballet in 1975, while the second was choreographed by Veronica Paeper for CAPAB (since renamed the Cape Town City Ballet Company in South Africa) in 1988.
The Bayou City ballet company is describing Hynd's version as a delicious cocktail of witty and intriguing characters based on the famous 1905 operetta by Franz Lehár.
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