Saw an opera in London

Trisha 2022-04-21 09:01:49

I have seen the movie twice before I entered the Victoria Palace Theatre.

I didn't have to go to Musical at first, because I thought it should be similar to the movie. I probably wouldn't go to see Billy Elliot if I hadn't been able to get a ticket for Les Misérables. While I love the story, the 48.65 pound ticket is expensive.

But this idea is obviously wrong, and the shock brought by the opera scene is completely irreplaceable by the movie. Simply put, a movie is a storytelling, and no matter how well it is told, it is only moving. The stage presence of the opera can infect you and bring you into the story as a whole. Maybe this is an absolute point, but in short, the money is not wasted, whether it is music or dance, it is undoubtedly better to watch in the theater.

Billy's actor is especially like Macaulay Culkin from Home Alone. He has a solid foundation in dancing, and he performed very well in large solo dances. An unforgettable episode is when his father and brother did not allow him to audition for the dance academy, he vented his anger with a self-created kick. Feeling very enjoyable, emotional expression is in place. It can be seen that he danced very hard, and after several somersaults in a row, there were signs of physical exhaustion.

The background of this play is that the Miners are on strike in a small English town, and the opera is very clever to put the workers' strike together with Billy's inner struggle scene and act together on the same stage. For example, Billy danced ballet on his own, interspersed in the confrontation between the workers and the police. It was highlighted that it was the pressure and lack of understanding of the entire society and family that made Billy miserable.

Before going to London to participate in the Audition, the young Billy and his dream future self, the adult Billy who has become a ballet dancer, had a dance together. It was very exciting, and I was moved to tears. The soundtrack is Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake. Teenagers who are striving to pursue their dreams can move people the most. Thinking about myself in a foreign country, I am very grateful that I also have dreams now. The process of pursuing this kind of pursuit is really hard, and Billy has shown courage in the face of unknowns and challenges. Resonates with me.

The letter that Billy's mother left him still made me cry, always do yourself, be true. The words and words that the mother gave him, this love from heaven, made me feel sorry for me at the same age ,Forget the past.

There's also a scene where Billy dances with his best friend in girls' clothes. It was clearly a funny episode, and I couldn't help but cry. No way, I was in a bad mood that night, so I was a little sensitive. It was really the happiest to be with my childhood playmates, when I missed a certain friend of mine so much. As we age, we can only accept separation and alienation.

I like Billy Elliot's Chinese name very much. Dance out of my world. It was midnight in London when I walked out of the theater. I sincerely hope that I can dance out of my own world here, and my dream will come true.

In the new year, continue to work hard and continue to pursue your dreams.

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Extended Reading
  • Desmond 2022-03-23 09:01:43

    jamie bell is so cute @! ! ! @

  • Rowland 2022-03-27 09:01:05

    "The most significant difference between geniuses and ordinary people is that once geniuses find their own piece of sky, no matter how the situation changes, they will move forward involuntarily, as if they were driven by fate. But ordinary people are not, and ordinary people need to consider the future. For daily livelihood, we need to consider the evaluation of the eyes of people around us, and we need to measure the cost-effectiveness between gain and loss." What is truly touching is not only the realization of dreams, but also the escort of family.

Billy Elliot quotes

  • Billy: Miss, you don't fancy me do, do you?

    Mrs. Wilkinson: No, Billy. Funnily enough, I don't. Now piss off!

    Billy: [smiling] Piss off yourself.

  • Dad: I'm bustin' my ass for those 50 pences and you're - look, from now on, you stay here and look out for your Nana. Got that? Good.

    Grandma: They used to say I could have been a professional dancer if I'd had the trainin'!

    Dad: WILL YOU SHUT UP?

    Billy: I hate you! You're a bastard!