Robert Ivey Ballet premieres their full-length classical ballet based on Victor Hugo's "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," set in Gothic Paris, France featuring a kind-hearted gypsy, Esmeralda, who is framed for murder, runs afoul of the corrupt and powerful Archbishop, and only the deformed bell ringer of Notre Dame Cathedral can save her.
Original choreography by Michael and Olga Wise. Music by Phillip Feeney.
- Quasimoto, Michael Rodriguez
- Esmeralda, Jackie Moore
- Fluer, Katie Badgett
- Archdeacon Claude Frollo, Michael Wise
- Phoebus de Chateaupers, Walter Imko
- Cameo appearances, local leaders in our community
- Featuring Robert Ivey Ballet company
This tale of Love, Betrayal, and Dispair is danced on the stage at the Sottile Theater (44 George Street, downtown) on Friday, October 19th and Saturday, October 20th at 8pm. Tickets are through Brown Paper Tickets. $15 and $25.
For more information, please visit the Robert Ivey Ballet's website. Or call 843.556.1343.
About Robert Ivey Ballet: Celebrating their 36th season serving the Lowcountry. Founded by the late Robert Ivey to bring the joy of dance to the Charleston community, Robert Ivey Ballet continues to honor this tradition as led by Artistic Directors, Michael and Olga Wise.