Onegin at the Boston Ballet
I love a night out with the Boston Ballet — the dancing, the music, the gorgeous sets, and the engrossing stories transport me into another world for a few hours. In addition to the beauty on stage, there is also the magnificence of the Boston Opera House itself — it is a spectacular place to spend your evening!
This Thursday is the opening night for the return of Onegin, a ballet last performed by Boston Ballet in 2002. Set to the music of Tchaikovsky and based on a poem by Alexander Pushkin, the ballet is full of passion, suspense, and drama. Running through March 6, tickets are available on the Boston Ballet website.
Image 1- Larissa Ponomarenko and Viktor Plotnikov in John Cranko’s Onegin; photo by Marty Sohl, courtesy of Boston Ballet; Image 2 -Petra Conti and Eris Nezha by Ian Barnard; photographed on location at The Algonquin Club, courtesy of Boston Ballet.