|Program from New York Theatre Ballet
New York Theatre Ballet
Florence Gould Hall
55 East 59th Street
They could not have been any nicer,
handing out programs and even some crayons!
|Emily and her wooden pull string ballerina.
Emily and I were taken to our seats,
The costuming was absolutely beautiful,
as were the stars of the show.
from scene to scene without a flaw.
|Set design before the show began.
It made all of us feel as if we were deep in a fairy kingdom,
set beneath the roots of a giant tree.
to the music of Peter Tchaikovsky and followed the flow of the fairy wings that adorned some of the ballerinas’ elegant costumes.
Sleeping Beauty preformed as a ballet.
It was great that the ballet was just one hour long,
just long enough to hold the children’s attention.
There was a great introduction before the show started.
Finally, I thought the ballet was easy for the children to
follow and understand.
|Emily at the ballet. It’s more of a casual ballet,
but my daughter will never pass up a chance to wear a dress!
This was the second ballet that I have gone to at the
New York Theatre ballet,
but I have a feeling it won’t be the last.
There is no time like the present to enjoy
the ballet with someone you love
and make memories that will last a lifetime.
Although this ballet was specialized for children,
there were many adults there, as well.
By the sound of the loud clapping at the end of the ballet,
I would have to say that everyone,
children and adults had a wonderful time.
I know that Emily and I did.