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Paul McCartney Writes His First Ballet

Paul McCartney (Ian Gavan/Getty)
Sir Paul McCartney (Ian Gavan/Getty)

Do you remember ever dancing to a Beatle’s song?

This fall a cast of about 45 professional dancers will be performing to the music of Paul McCartney.

The former Beatle’s bass player has written his first-ever ballet called Ocean’s Kingdom for the New York City Ballet.

The New York Times says the ballet is divided into four acts and lasts less than an hour. The production will premiere on September 22nd.

McCartney says it’s a romantic story about a couple from opposite worlds, an ocean kingdom which represents purity and an earth kingdom which represents darkness and evil.

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