Selected Screenings of International Stage Performances
A Swan Lake

The Norwegian National Ballet

Friday, May 6, 2022 21:00     Galaxy Cinemas     Tickets: MOP 80

The glamour of the stage is no longer limited to a specific time and space. International masterpieces are now brought to the local audience through the silver screen.

With captivating acting skills, The Lehman Trilogy by the National Theatre Live leads audiences to look back at a contemporary epic. The French literary classic The Count of Monte Cristo is presented by the long-standing Moscow Operetta Theatre. A Swan Lake by the Norwegian National Ballet offers a reinterpretation of the classic dance piece with awe-inspiring visual effects and choreography. Akhnaten by the world-leading Metropolitan Opera is a reproduction of the work by American music maestro Philip Glass, with the most sophisticated and stunning theatrical aesthetics.


A Swan Lake
The Norwegian National Ballet
(2014, Norway)

Grand Theater, Galaxy Cinemas
Tickets: MOP 80 (Purchase tickets through Macao Ticketing Network)

Choreographer: Alexander Ekman
Duration: 98 minutes
Language: English
Subtitles: Chinese
Category: Group B (Not Suitable for audiences under 13 years of age)

Winner of IMZ Dance Screen 2016 Award for “Best Live Performance Relay and Camera Re-work”


Alexander Ekman, a young choreographer who is highly sought-after on the international scene, is determined to do something unique, great and innovative. When creating his first full-length ballet A Swan Lake for the Norwegian National Ballet, he inventively filled the stage of Oslo Opera House with 5,000 litres of water and brought drama, dance theatre and opera elements as well as 1,000 plastic ducks onto the stage, seeking to recreate the classic Swan Lake over a century later following its unsuccessful debut in 1877.
Ekman has won a number of awards and enjoys worldwide acclaim by virtue of the uniqueness and humour presented in his works. The timeless Swan Lake is set to enter a new chapter with his creative choreography, music by Swedish composer Mikael Karlsson, and costumes by Danish fashion designer Henrik Vibskov.


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