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Romeo talking to Juliet on the balcony

Full Length Production

Romeo and Juliet

Contact Information

Dena D’Andrea


Length of Piece

2 hours and 19 minutes


Victoria Morgan


Sergei Prokofiev

Number of Dancers

55 traveling dancers, 14-16 local children and 14-16 local supernumeraries

Amidst warring families, arranged marriages, and untimely deaths, passion ignites in the opulent world of Renaissance Italy. Romeo & Juliet has captivated audiences for more than 420 years, and this season, we bring the beloved tale to life with a spectacularly brilliant fusion of dance and drama.

Production Specs

Production Information

Crew Requirements

Choreography: Victoria Morgan

Set Design: Jay Depenbrock

Costume Design: Annie Peacock Warner and Jay Depenbrock

Lighting Design: Trad A Burns

Music: Sergei Prokofiev

Carpenters: 7

Props: 2

Rail: 3

Deck Electricians: 2

Light Board Operator: 1

Sound: 1

Spot Operators: 2

Wardrobe: 2 heads and 6 dressers

Wig and Make-up: 1

Scenic Information

Number of trucks: Two 53’

Group of 4 ballet dancers
Big group of ballet dancers with their arms out
Group of Ballet dancers on a staircase
Romeo standing above a seemingly dead Juliet
Dancer laying in bed, flowers being thrown at them
Dancers holding streamers on sticks
Romeo talking to Juliet on the balcony
Juliet alone