Ye Feifei (second right) in the lead role of Princess Aurora in Hong Kong Ballet’s The Sleeping Beauty. Photo: Hong Kong Ballet
Ye Feifei (second right) in the lead role of Princess Aurora in Hong Kong Ballet’s The Sleeping Beauty. Photo: Hong Kong Ballet

Review |
Hong Kong Ballet’s The Sleeping Beauty marked by ravishing performances and a joyous farewell, but shame about the setting

  • Ye Feifei and Amber Lewis gave two quite different yet equally outstanding interpretations of Princess Aurora, strongly partnered by Daniel Camargo and Wei Wei
  • Eleven-year-old Matsuharu Wesley Lai looks like a future star, but they all deserved better than Cynthia Harvey’s 2010 production and the clunky set

Ye Feifei (second right) in the lead role of Princess Aurora in Hong Kong Ballet’s The Sleeping Beauty. Photo: Hong Kong Ballet
Ye Feifei (second right) in the lead role of Princess Aurora in Hong Kong Ballet’s The Sleeping Beauty. Photo: Hong Kong Ballet
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