Arts Ballet: Fairy Doll

By: CultureOwl
Performing Arts
Arts Ballet: Fairy Doll

Calling all ballet lovers! Arts Ballet brings the best of classical ballets for the families to enjoy. Their newest performance is “Fairy Doll” by composer Josef Bayer and choreographed by Maestro Vladimir Issaev. 

Originally called “Die Puppenfee”, this charming ballet was first performed in 1888, and was one of the most successful productions in the late 19th century. Issaev recreated this ballet in two acts inspired on Bayer’s beautiful music and it has become a ballet gem for South Florida’s audiences.

A young boy who works in a doll store that has distinctive dolls from different countries and a beautiful Fairy Doll is left alone, locked inside the place after customers fall in love with the stunning doll. As the night falls, the tired young boy cannot believe his eyes! The Fairy Doll comes to life, and with her magic, she brings all the toys of the store to life.

The production counts on creative renowned costume designer Jorge Gallardo. On the main roles dancers Janis Liu, Wendy Guo, Taiyu He and Haowei Zhu will share the stage during these performances along the rest of the company and guest young dancers who will complete the cast.

(Photo credit: Arts Ballet)

All dolls will be keeping social distancing and following CDC’s regulations at both Miami Theater Center in Miami Shores on March 6th and at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale on March 13th and 14th.

Seating at this event allows for 6ft of physical distance for everyone’s safety. Tickets for this event will only be available in allotments or 2 or 4 patrons seated together. There will be no single tickets available; patrons may only purchase in pods of 2 or 4 tickets as we maximize the available seats. For more information you can call (305) 948-4777 or log onto

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