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Giselle ballet is considered one of the most romantic performances and was first performed in the city of love, Paris. Don't miss your chance to experience Giselle performed LIVE! Buy your Giselle ballet tickets now!
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Giselle Ballet Tickets

Giselle is a romantic ballet first performed by the Ballet du Théâtre de l'Académie Royale de Musique in Paris, France, in 1841. The beauty of the piece, however, still resonates with audiences today. Get your Giselle tickets now, and watch this evocative story unfold.

The story of Giselle is told in two acts, and recount the tale of a peasant girl named Giselle, who, after discovering her beloved is promised to another, dies of a broken heart. A group of supernatural women called The Wilis use their other-worldly powers to dance men to death, and summon Giselle from her grave. They want to seek revenge on Giselle’s lover and target him for death, but Giselle’s love frees him from their grasp.

This ballet has been popular since its debut, and the performances of today do not disappoint. The story has been told around the world over the years, with performances across Europe, Russia and the United States.

Renowned dancer and director Frederic Franklin restaged the ballet in 1988 as Creole Giselle for the Dance Theatre of Harlem. This was a departure from the traditional story, and set the ballet in 1840s Louisiana.

Don’t miss the opportunity to see today’s rendition of this heart-wrenching love story, and get your tickets today!