A charming and amusing story, Cipollino is based on an Italian children's story in which Cipollino, the Little Onion, fights the unjust treatment of his fellow vegetable townsfolk by the fruit royalty (Prince Lemon and General Tomato) in the garden kingdom. The humorous story has underlying themes of the struggle of the underclass against the powerful, good versus evil, and the importance of friendship during times of challenge. Cipollino is an enchanting story, perfect for both children and adults, and has rarely been staged in the U.S. With a musical score that will delight and classical choreography to challenge and impress, Cipollino is a "must see."
Staged by Alyona Yakovleva-Randall and based on choreography by Henrik Mayorov.
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