Vietnamese Ballet had a golden age, until the early 2000s, Vietnam was still swarming with a few classic plays such as: The Nutcracker, Romeo and Juliet, Monsoon… But nearly 10 years ago, ballet was close to coming. seems to no longer exist in the artistic life in Vietnam. Choreographer Tuyet Minh, who has been a soloist for many ballet shows at the Vietnam National Opera and Ballet, said: “Overseas, ballet develops very strongly, especially contemporary balllet, but in Vietnam the opposite is true. just hanging around with the symphony orchestra, performing the master program, ballet excerpts, typical performances in the play. The number of ballet dancers today is increasingly rare, without a magnificent cast of actors, also because dancers are afraid to follow this rank, because it is still difficult to suffer.”|Just look at the Vietnam Dance College in 2015, which trained a ballet class of about 20-25 students in the 6-year course, after graduating a very small number of two ballet troupes at the Ho Chi Minh City Ballet and Ballet Theater. Vietnam National Opera and Ballet Theater. “Most of the children switch to ethnic groups to perform a lot, go abroad a lot, run many shows to ensure their lives, and less and less follow ballet,” added artist Tuyet Minh.