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Sarasota Opera Presents SLEEPING BEAUTY

The screening takes place on October 18, 2020 as part of the HD at the Opera House series.

Sarasota Opera will present Sleeping Beauty – Ballet Film at Sarasota Opera House, as part of the HD at the Opera House series. The screening takes place on October 18, 2020.

This sumptuous ballet, choreographed by the great Rudolph Nureyev, returns to the stage with magnificent sets created by Oscar winner Franca Squarciapino, and Felix Korobov conducting the extraordinary score by Tchaikovsky.

International superstar Polina Semionova stars as the lovely Princess Aurora, who after being cursed by an evil fairy (Beatrice Carbone), must fall into a death-like sleep until a handsome prince (Timofej Andrijashenko) awakens her with a kiss. From Teatro La Scala.

Running Time: 3h 30m (includes one intermission)

Learn more and book at https://tickets.sarasotaopera.org/3879/4866.

Cast

  • Princess Aurora Polina Semionova
  • Désiré Timofej Andrijashenko
  • King Florestan XXIV Alessandro Grillo
  • The Queen Marta
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Suspicious woman sleeping at shopping cart tells officer she’s just enjoying the sun: Strongsville Police Blotter

STRONGSVILLE, Ohio

Suspicious sleeper, Pearl Road: On Sept. 19, a concerned passerby called police about a woman wearing a winter coat sleeping at her shopping cart, which was located in a retail store parking lot.

The caller said the woman would occasionally wake up but then fall asleep. She might have been waiting for a bus.

There was a chance she was intoxicated. An arriving officer located the woman, who said she was fine and that she just wanted to sit in the sun.

The officer said the woman, who had a bus card, wasn’t doing anything illegal. The officer did get the woman something to eat from a local restaurant.

Sign switcheroo, West Kerry Plaza: On Sept. 19, a West Kerry Plaza called police after discovering overnight someone replaced their Trump sign with a Biden sign.

An arriving officer talked to the homeowner, who said they were going to

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