To give the public a little taste of what's to come in the final ballet of the season, the Milwaukee Ballet will preview "Romeo & Juliet" at Mayfair Mall tomorrow. Using the Milwaukee Ballet II dancers, the ballet will feature four dances that show the history of dance along with a teaser for "Romeo & Juliet."
There will be two performances at Mayfair at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
"Romeo& Juliet" will be performed by the Milwaukee Ballet at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts May 10-13 with guest star Julianne Kepley of Chicago's Joffrey Ballet in the role of Juliet. Tickets start at $20.
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