The prestigious British dance company BalletLORENT presents a new version of fairy Tale Rumpelstiltskin, premiered in UK last October. The country airs this Friday this first function, rewritten by award-winning poetess Carol Ann Duffy and narrated by Ben Crompton.
The story celebrates homeless, outcast, in a story about desperate yearning for love and belonging to a man's life in a rural world, with his flock of sheep and his beautiful daughter. This new version of a classic fairy tale explores mes of love, obsession, childhood, pain and reconciliation.
Rumpelstiltskin is interpreted by a cast of 10 dancers and a group of 10 children and 4 older women who wear auntic costumes of time, inspired by original illustrations of fairy tales and designed by Emmy Award-winning Michele Clapton.
The montage is full of images of gold, straw, sheep and sunsets on landscape. The music is work of film composer nominated for BAFTA Murray Gold and is an artistic extension of live experience of atrical version.