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Romeo and Juliet


Shakespeare’s doomed couple has uttered countless monologues for 500 years, but don’t expect to hear “O Romeo, Romeo” in Ballet San Antonio’s Romeo and Juliet, produced in partnership with the San Antonio Symphony. Using Ben Stevenson’s legendary choreography and Sergei Prokofiev’s iconic score, the piece weaves together the tragic narrative solely through movement and music. In the words of the Symphony’s associate conductor Akiko Fukimoto: “The music will literally break your heart as it becomes one with the dancing on stage.” $26.60-$168, 8pm Fri, 2pm & 8pm Sat, 2pm Sun, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, 100 Auditorium Circle, 223-8624, — Murphi Cook

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