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Giselle Tickets & Information

Majestic Theatre Boston

219 Tremont Street

(Halfway between the Citi Wang Center and the Boston Common)

Boston MA 02116 View on map

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Giselle Summary

In the first act, a young, innocent village maiden named Giselle is in love with a man she knows only as Loys. In reality, the man is Albrecht, a nobleman disguised as a peasant, who is betrothed to Bathilde, daughter of the Duke. When Giselle discovers the deceit, she is inconsolable and goes mad, then dies. In the second act, her undying love for Albrecht saves him from the wicked magic of the wilis, vampiric ghosts of betrothed girls who were betrayed by their lovers and died before their wedding day. Though their leader, Myrtha, Queen of the Wilis, forces Albrecht to dance again and again, Giselle intervenes long enough to spare his life and allow him to survive until the dawn. At sunrise, the wilis must return to their grave; Giselle must return as well but not before showing Albrecht that she forgives him for his treachery. The two pledge their love to each other and she descends back into her grave, but will forever be separated. Giselle is now a wili for the rest of eternity.

This production features 50 dancers.

Giselle Cast Members:

The Moiseev Russian Classical Ballet

Giselle Creative Team

Composer: Adolphe Adam
Producer: Jenny Kelly Productions

Giselle Quick Facts

Running Time:

1 hour and 45 minutes including one 20 minute intermission.

Price Range


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Audience :

tba

First Preview Date On Sale Through
April 4, 2009 April 4, 2009

Box Office Hours

Monday - Saturday: 10am-6pm
When there is a performance: 2 hours prior to curtain

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Cutler Majestic Theatre
219 Tremont Street
Boston MA 02116-4717

Coat Room

Yes - Open on a performace by performance basis.  Accepts only coats and hats.

Please Note:
The Cutler Majestic Theatre does not allow patron’s luggage in the building, including coat check.  If you carry anything into the theatre that is bigger than a bookbag, you will be turned away.  For more information please click

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