Meet The Real-Life "Ghost of the Opera" Who's Been Living Inside a Czech Theater During Lockdown
At the point when Canadian artful dance ace Curtis Foley showed up in Ostrava, Czech Republic, toward the beginning of March, he wanted to go through five weeks with the National Moravian-Silesian Ballet, filling in as low maintenance artful dance ace. The previous Royal Winnipeg Ballet and Les Ballet Grandiva artist had gone through the past four years as an expressive dance ace at the Polish National Ballet, and had as of late gone for the most part independent.
In any case, five days after he arrived in the Czech Republic, COVID-19 sent that nation into a highly sensitive situation, with probably the strictest lockdown in Europe. The vast majority of the outside specialists working with the organization quickly left before the outskirts shut. Be that as it may, Foley felt a feeling of obligation to remain. "I should be here to help these artists for five weeks, and if I somehow managed to leave, returning could be troublesome since I don't have Czech residency and I'm not an EU national," he says. So he remained, digging in alone inside a condo on the third floor of the theater.
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