At the Ekaterinburg Opera and Ballet Theatre Lyudmila Semenyaka, an outstanding ballerina and couch from the Bolshoi Theatre of Russia, made a new production of the ballet Giselle which is a great success. The production is based on the classical version by Leonid Lavrovsky. Semenyaka supplemented it with some editorial features, not voluminous but so significant that they enable us to speak of a new version suggesting a new view on this familiar ballet. Due to its clear logic, this Giselle enables the artists to reveal any individual features within the accurately drawn picture without running the risk of destroying the composition integrity with unusual accents. Giselle by Elena Kabanova is fragile and yet self-willed which leads her to a tragedy in the first act but gives her force to stand her ground in her confrontation with the wilis. On the contrary, Giselle by Alia Muratova, is so vulnerable, despite her commanding look and firmness, that any unfairness proves to be a fatal wound for her. As much unlike are intellectual and reflexing Albert by Victor Mekhanoshin and charming and carefree Albert by Mikhail Evgenov.