GISELLE: A truly Romantic ballet

Ballet Austin’s Aara Krumpe as ‘Giselle’ with company members as ‘The Wilis.” | Photo by Tony Spielberg
Ballet Austin dancers as ‘The Wilis’ in GISELLE. | Photo by Tony Spielberg
19th-century ballerina Marie Taglioni en pointe
Ballet Austin’s Jaime Lynn Witts performs en pointe as a ghostly ‘Wili’ in GISELLE. | Photo by Tony Spielberg
Aara Krumpe demonstrates the forward-leaning, off-balance, soft and ethereal movement style typical of Romantic ballets, such as GISELLE. Photo by Tony Spielberg

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