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male and female ballet dancers stand next to one another

Revenge, love, and a secret marriage force the young star-crossed lovers to grow up far too quickly — and fate takes their lives.

Photo by Andrew Kung

Get swept away in Louisville Ballet’s version of the timeless Shakespeare classic “Romeo & Juliet” at The Kentucky Center from March 1-2.

The breathtaking production, designed + choreographed by the late Alun Jones, portrays the bitter Montague-Capulet feud that disrupts the city of Verona and ends in tragedy for Romeo and Juliet.

Experience Louisville Ballet’s passionate closing production of the 23-24 season — and Company Artist Natalia Ashikhmina’s farewell performance with the ballet after 18 seasons. See showtimes and snag tickets.

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