From the thrilling performance of “Don Quixote” to a subtle, graceful “Romeo and Juliet,” the Tulsa Ballet II had it all as they performed in the Bruce Owen Theater on April 17.
Tuesday night’s performance was upbeat yet peaceful at the same time.
The ballet company brought 14 young professional dancers who performed four different pieces, “Don Quixote Suite,” “Blue Velvet,” “Romeo and Juliet,” and “Folia.” Each offered something different to the audience.
The twirling skirts of the ladies and strong, bull fighting men were intriguing to watch in “Don Quixote” as the costumes attracted the audience’s eye. Women attired in red and orange patterned skirts and men dressed in tight knee breeches and black cape-like blazers created quite a spectacle.Read More