September 18, 2017

Philippine Ballet Theater presents The Merry Widow

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  • Philippine Ballet Theatre presents its second performance this season with The Merry Widow on September 30-October 1, 2017 at Cultural Center of the Philippines.

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    Performing together with the company is a guest artist from The Berlin Staatsopera, Mr. Martin Buczko.

    Martin Buczko finished his studies at the Hungarian National Dance Academy. As a dancer, Buczko performed all main leading roles with Staatsballett Berlin, Ballet de Santiago, and Ballett Rossa. He also founded Ensemble Terrible in 2013.

    TEXAS BALLET THEATER. Here’s The Merry Widow as presented by the Texas Ballet Theater./VIDEO Texas Ballet Theater on YouTube

    The Merry Widow is a story of forbidden and rekindled love, wealth, power, and deceit. The story is set in Paris, the city of love, in about 1900 where illicit affairs and a free-wheeling lifestyle was the most taboo.

    Catch the latest offering of the Philippine Ballet Theater as they present The Merry Widow on September 30 and October 1 at the CCP Main Theater. Tickets are at Php 1,545, Php 1,030,Php 824, Php 412, Php 206, and Php 103.

     

    Details

    What: Philippine Ballet Theatre’s The Merry Widow

    When: September 30, 2017 (3pm & 8pm), October 1, 2017 (3pm)

    Where: Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (CCP Main Theater), CCP Complex, Roxas Blvd., Pasay City

    Ticket/Admission Details: For ticket inquiries and orders please contact:
    PBT office at 02-632-8848 ; 0949-325-2545; 0995-158-0538
    Email: secretariat@pbt.ph
    CCP Box Office at 02-832-3704 or Ticketworld at 02-891-9999 or visit ticketworld.com.ph


    Written by Pia Ramirez, Philippine Primer Intern
    Source: pbt.ph
    Image source: TicketWorld

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