- 2012 04.13~ 04.15
- Opera Theater, Seoul Arts Center
- Above Elementary Schoolchild
- Running time
- Standard price
- VIP 100,000 / R 70,000 / S 50,000 / A 30,000 / B 10,000 / C 5,000
The military machine of imperial Rome, led by Crassus, wages a cruel campaign of conquest, destroying everything in its path. Among the chained prisoners, who are doomed to slavery, are Spartacus and Phrygia.
Spartacus is in despair. Born a free man, he is now a slave in chains.
The Slave Market.
Slave dealers separate the men and women prisoners for sale to rich Romans. Spartacus is parted from Phrygia.
Phrygia is overcome with grief. She thinks with horror of the terrifying ordeals that lie ahead of her.
Orgy at Crassus’ Palace.
Mimes and courtesans entertain the guests, making fun of Phrygia, Crassus’ new slave. Aegina draws Crassus into a frenzied, bacchanalian dance. Drunk with wine and passion, Crassus demands a spectacle. Two gladiators are to fight to death in helmets with closed visors, i.e., without seeing each other. The victor’s helmet is removed. It is Spartacus.
Against his will, Spartacus has been forced to murder a fellow man. His despair develops into anger and protest. He will no longer tolerate captivity. He has but one choice of action - to win ba
|Choreographer||Yuri Grigorovich유리 그리가로비치|
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