For the last time on stage with John Cranko’s Romeo and Juliet in Singapore, before heading to Bangkok. We would like to thank The Esplanade – Theaters from the Bay for the support and comfort. We had a great time!
Jason Reilly with make-up artist Lola Khurramova shortly before the performance: getting serious.
Jason Reilly becomes one with the stage: that special moment of stillness before the stage explodes with energy during the performance.
Matteo Miccini, Ludovico Pace, Fabio Adorisio, Jason Reilly and Adhonay Soares at the beginning of the first act: Romeo and his friends.
Hyo-Jung Kang as Juliet and Sonia Santiago as the nurse: Juliet receives her first ball gown.
The Capulet’s ball.
Alexander Mc Gowan and Hyo-Jung Kang: Juliet dances with her intended betrothed count Paris.
Hyo-Jung Kang as Juliet.
Adhonay Soares as Mercutio in the first act.
The most wonderful moment in the ballet: the balcony Pas de deux with Hyo-Jung Kang as Juliet and Jason Reilly as Romeo.
Romeo is overwhelmed by his feelings for Juliet.
Totally in love: Hyo-Jung Kang as Juliet and Jason Reilly as Romeo.
The second act: Sonia Santiago as the nurse searches for Romeo in the town square of Verona in order to give him Juliet’s letter.
Sonia Santiago as the nurse, Jason Reilly as Romeo, Louis Stiens as Friar Lawrence and Hyo-Jung Kang as Juliet: the lovers’ secret nuptials.
Matteo Crockard-Villa as Tybalt.
Matteo Crockard-Villa and Jason Reilly: Tybalt challenges Romeo to a duell.
Mercutio’s death: Matteo Miccini as Benvolio, Adhonay Soares as Mercutio, Jason Reilly as Romeo.
Tybalt’s death: Jason Reilly as the enraged Romeo, Matteo Crockard-Villa as the villain Tybalt, in disbelief over his own mortality.
Hyo-Jung Kang and Jason Reilly in the last Pas de deux.
Hyo-Jung Kang and Jason Reilly.
Hyo-Jung Kang and Jason Reilly.
Agnes Su, María Andrés Betoret, Anouk van der Weijde, Elisa Ghisalberti, Elene Bushuyeva, Veronika Verterich, Aiara Iturrioz Rico, and Joanna Romaneiro as the bridesmaids.
Hyo-Jung Kang and Jason Reilly take their bow at the end of the performance.
The entire cast takes a bow – the last performance in Singapore comes to an end.
Group photo after the performance.
Happy after three successful performances!
Members of the Technical and Props Department of the State Theater Stuttgart with their colleagues from The Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay: perfect teamwork and a very collegial atmosphere made the working together not only very efficient but also very harmonious.
Directly after the show the dismantle begins.
Head of Technical Staff Axel Schob at work on stage during the dismantle.
Dismantling, packing and loading out: everything must be taken down and packed for transport back to Stuttgart.
After load-in, set up, stage calls and the dress rehearsal it’s finally showtime! The first performance went very well with a fantastic atmosphere on stage and in the public. Lots of curtain calls for all the dancers and the musicians of the Singapore Lyric Opera Orchestra.
Alicia Amatriain as Juliet, Friedemann Vogel as Romeo: stealing one last kiss.
Alicia Amatriain and Friedemann Vogel in the famous balcony scene.
Alicia Amatriain and Friedemann Vogel.
Romeo in love.
A few moments of happiness: Romeo and Juliet – Friedemann Vogel and Alicia Amatriain – after their first and only night together before he must leave Verona.
Aurora De Mori warming up just before the performance.
Louis Stiens watching the proceedings on stage from the wings.
Highly concentrated: Paula Rezende watches from the wings.
The dancers of the Tarantella just seconds before the curtain opens on the second act.
The clowns go all out in the second act: Paula Rezende, Noan Alves, Aurora De Mori and Fabio Adorisio.
Sonia Santiago as the nurse, Ami Morita as gypsy, Martí Fernández Paixà as Mercutio, Adhonay Soares as Benvolio and Rocio Aleman as gypsy.
Romeo reads the letter from Juliet: Friedemann Vogel with Sonia Santiago as the nurse, Adhonay Soares as Benvolio, and Martí Fernández Paixà as Mercutio.
Jason Reilly as Tybalt: lying in wait for Romeo.
Jason Reilly as Tybalt.
Martí Fernández Paixà as Mercutio after being stabbed by Tybalt.
Angelina Zuccarini as a gypsy, Martí Fernández Paixà as Mercutio, and Rocio Aleman as a gypsy during Mercutios death scene.
Martí Fernández Paixà as Mercutio salutes his friends Romeo and Benvolio – Friedemann Vogel and Adhonay Soares – one last time with Ami Morita as one of the gypsies.
Melinda Witham as Lady Capulet after finding Tybalt who has been killed by Romeo.