Lavorsky paints a masterful portrait of the long years of hard work, dedication and patience required by the select few chosen to study under the tutelage of some of Russia's greatest masters - all for the dream of becoming the next great Russian ballet dancer. Bolshoi Ballet 67 features excerpts from the 1966 performance season with some of Russia's most famous stars: Raissa Struhkoua, Maya Samokhvaloua, Vladimir Vasiliev, Ekaterina Maximovg, and Natalie Bessmertnoug. The late Galina Ulanova makes a brief non-performance in one scene as she inspects the forms of a group of young ballerinas. When it comes to production, the Bolshoi is unparalleled. Marvel at its exotic sets and absorb the rich sound of the world-class Bolshoi Symphony through eight works, including Maurice Ravel's Bolero and La Vaise, Sergei Prokofiev's Stone Flower, and Variations on a Theme by Paganini by Sergei Rachmaninoff. Here it is, the Bolshoi Ballet 67, completely restored in its original IB Technicolor format and digitally enhanced for your viewing and listening pleasure.