Selection Reminder: Bolshoi Ballet's Don Quixote at Enzian!

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Saturday, September 3Don Quixote

If you’re a ballet lover, you’ve probably already caught one of the two earlier screenings in the Enzian’s Ballet on the Big Screen series, and you don’t need us to tell you not to miss this third and final installment, in which the Bolshoi Ballet performs Don Quixote. You already know, we’re sure, that watching a performance like this on film, which captures the dancers’ movements from multiple camera angles, means you can probably catch things in the choreography that you more than likely would have missed if you’d watched the show live and in person (and you would have paid a far steeper ticket price for that experience, too). If you aren’t a ballet lover, but you know someone who is, all you really need to know is that the Enzian serves beer and wine and if you don’t like the show, there are worse places to take an afternoon nap. – Erin Sullivan (11 a.m. at Enzian Theater, 1300 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland; $17.50-$20; 407-629-0054; enzian.org)


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