The new queen of ballet is Cleopatra, choreographed by Houston Ballet's artistic director Ben Stevenson and co-produced by Houston Ballet, Boston Ballet, and Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre. It employs the same design team as Stevenson's Dracula a couple years ago: Thomas Boyd sets, Judanna Lynn costumes, and lighting by Timothy Hunter. Lighting plays a crucial role in this ballet because many scenes move back and forth between Egypt and Rome, requiring set changes to take place behind an ...

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