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  • 1. The Sleeping Beauty
  • 2. Marius Petipa Jasmine Kelly Jessica Nieto Rachel Pressler Thomas Rogers Lauren Tapley
  • 3. Personal Life
    • Chorographical genius of the 19th Century
    • French Ballet dancer & Russian Choreographer
    • Born March 11, 1818 in Marseilles, France
    • Family’s careers
    • *Interesting Fact*
    • Died on July 14,1910 in Russia
  • 4. Early Professional Life
    • Pushed into dancing
    • Ballet Training under Vertris
    • Toured and preformed
    • Appointed Premier danseur
      • Ballet de Nantes in France
      • Grand Theatre in Bordeaux
    • Debut as a dancer at 18
    • King’s Theatre in Madrid
  • 5. Choreography Career
    • Made Director of St. Petersburg Ballet -1869
    • Three great pieces
      • The Sleeping Beauty
      • The Nutcracker
      • Swan Lake (with Ivanov)
      • Created over 50 ballets in total
  • 6. Famous Choreography
    • Grand pas de Deux
    • 32 Fouettes
    • Mime Use
  • 7. 32 Fouette's
  • 8. Famous Collaborations
    • Glazunov
    • Tchaikovsky
    • Pugni
    • Minkus
  • 9. His Influence
  • 10. Work Cited
    • Anderson, Jack. “Ballet & Modern Dance: A Concise History.2nd Edition. Princeton Book Company, 1992
    • Beales, John. Ballet Encyclopedia. 2004.http://www.theballet.com/petipa.php