Filmed at Sadler's Wells in London and projected onto Proctors GIANT screen!
Schenectady, N.Y. -
August 23, 2012 -- When it premiered at Sadler's Wells in 1995, Matthew Bourne's triumphant re-interpretation of SWAN LAKE turned tradition upside down, taking the dance world by storm.
An iconic production, perhaps best-known for replacing the traditional female corps de ballet with a menacing male ensemble, was filmed at Sadler's Wells, London in 2011.
The stellar cast includes the magnificent Richard Winsor as the lead Swan/Stranger, Dominic North as The Prince and Nina Goldman as The Queen. Breathtaking in its drama and intensity!
With more than 30 international theatre awards including three Tonys and an Olivier, Swan Lake has been acclaimed as a landmark achievement on the stage, becoming the longest running ballet in the West End and on Broadway.
The Swan/Stranger Richard Winsor
The Prince Dominic North
The Queen Nina Goldman
The Girlfriend Madelaine Brennan
The Private Secretary Steve Kirkham
The Young Prince
Not rated, but would be considered PG. Running Time: 120 minutes.
Tickets to Michael Bourne's Swan Lake at Proctors are$15/adults, $10/17 years of age and under. Tickets are available at Proctors Box Office (518-346-6204) or online at proctors.org.
Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake-Wednesday, August 29 - 2:30 pm
Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake-Wednesday, August 29 - 5:00 pm
Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake-Wednesday, August 29 - 7:30 pm
Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake-Thursday, August 30 - 2:30 pm
Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake-Thursday, August 30 - 5:00 pm
Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake-Thursday, August 30 - 7:30 pm
Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake-Friday, August 31 - 11:00 am
Free parking for Michael Bourne's Swan Lake at Proctors is available in the Broadway Garage.
Michael Bourne's Swan Lake at Proctors is made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, celebrating 50 years of building strong, creative communities in New York State's 62 counties.
Proctors in Downtown Schenectady, NY, offers more than 1,700 events a year to close to 600,000 visitors and residents of New York State's Capital Region.
As a charitable, cultural and educational non-profit organization, Proctors depends on membership, donations and grants to bring exciting shows and excellent educational and community events to the Capital Region. Income from ticket sales pays for only 67 percent of the cost of running Proctors.