Coppélia (The Royal Ballet) (2000)

02/19/2000 (GB) FantasyMusic 2h

A ballet in three acts


Coppélia, a mechanical doll made by the toy-maker Dr. Coppelius, is so life-like that some believe she is his daughter. The mistake leads to intrigue and jealousy in love. Directed by Ross MacGibbon, with Leanne Benjamin and Carlos Acosta.

  1. Charles Nuitter

    Story, Writer

  2. Arthur Saint-Léon

    Story, Writer

  3. Ross MacGibbon


Top Billed Cast

  1. Leanne Benjamin

    Leanne Benjamin


  2. Carlos Acosta

    Carlos Acosta


  3. Luke Heydon

    Dr. Coppélius

  4. Leana Palmer

    Coppélia / Betrothal Dance

  5. David Drew

    David Drew

    The Burgomaster

  6. Philip Mosley

    Philip Mosley

    The Innkeeper

  7. Mayuko Maeda

    Swanhilda's Friend / Midday Hours

  8. Mara Galeazzi

    Swanhilda's Friend / Aurora

  9. Marianela Núñez

    Marianela Núñez

    Swanhilda's Friend / Betrothal Dance

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Coppélia (The Royal Ballet)

Status Released

Original Language English

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