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Witness ballet superstar Sergei Polunin in Singapore for the first time to perform his career-defining role of Grigori Rasputin in the sophisticated dance drama.

The bad boy of ballet’s performance of one of the most controversial figures in Russian history is not to be missed.

Sergei Polunin 

"Polunin is Rasputin, a titanic, totemic performance, revealing many facets of this controversial figure. Rasputin is a role for which he was destined.” ★★★★ Bachtrack

A youthful prodigy, Polunin became the London Royal Ballet’s youngest-ever male principal dancer at the age of just 21. But only two years later, he shocked the ballet world with his sudden decision to quit the company.

Sergei Polunin
He swiftly re-emerged in Russia, dancing with the Stanislavsky Music Theatre, and has gone on to develop a parallel career as an actor, appearing in films like Murder on the Orient Express.

He has also reached a new audience on YouTube through the viral video Take Me To Church.

Video Credit : Escuela Terpsicore Sergei Polunin, 'Take Me to Church' by Hozier, Directed by David LaChapelle

Sergei Pollunin

Polunin stars in this dance drama exploring the ambivalence between power and weakness, good and evil. Rasputin explores the title character’s complex psychology and moral ambivalence, and his catastrophic effect on the Russian court on a set modelled on a chessboard.  

Royal Seats and Boxes include an exclusive post-show meet and greet with Sergei Polunin.

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Richard
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16 December 2019
Witness ballet superstar Sergei Polunin in Singapore for the first time to perform his career-defining role of Grigori Rasputin in the sophisticated dance drama.
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10 December 2019
Mr. Polunin’s story is a fascinating one, a continuing cycle of fall and redemption. Born in poverty in Ukraine, he won a scholarship to the Royal Ballet School in London at 13, joined the company at 16, and, at 19, became its youngest-ever principal dancer. Two years later, in 2012, he abruptly walked out, complaining about ballet’s punishing discipline and inadequate financial rewards. He wanted a normal life, but also fame, perhaps a movie career. Read More Here: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/03/arts/dance/sergei-polunin-rasputin-london-palladium.html
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