Ballet in three acts. Swanilda suspects that Franz, his fiancé, is secretly in love with Coppélia, the beautiful and enigmatic daughter of Doctor Coppéluis.

Doctor Coppelius creates, in secret, dancing dolls. People believe one of them is his daughter. It looks so real that a man from the village falls in love with one of them and rejects his true love. Swanilda, the jealous rejected girlfriend, feels curious and with her friends goes to Doctor Coppelius’ house. When she finds out that Coppelius’ alleged daughter is a doll, she decides to take its place.


Coreografía: Enrique Martínez según la versión de Marius Petipa. Música: Léo Delibes. Escenografía y vestuario: Eugenio Servin.

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