The Australian Ballet takes audiences on a trip back in time, returning charming storybook ballet Coppélia to its original 1979 home at the Palais Theatre.
The Australian Ballet School presented a highly entertaining, thoughtfully selected program of pure dance for their Showcase 2016.
The Australian Ballet boldly rewards their audience and dancers alike with John Neumeier’s dramatic adult fantasia Nijinsky. ***Review updated after viewing second performance of Nijinsky, starring Kevin Jackson. See additional text and […]
In a highly affecting and inspiring trio of works, Bangarra Dance Theatre acknowledges and celebrates history, family and art in OUR land people stories.
Lavishly produced on a grand scale, it is the intimate, intricate details that really distinguish Houston Ballet’s Romeo and Juliet, a very welcome addition to The Australian Ballet’s 2016 season.
Covering a unique mix of opera, dance, music theatre, plays, live music and more, the 2016 Helpmann Nominations were announced this evening at performing arts venues around Australia. Read on for all […]
The Melbourne return of Stephen Baynes’ Swan Lake is distinguished by absolutely superb lead performances from two of The Australian Ballet’s most loved Principal Artists.
Commencing its 2016 Melbourne season in top form, The Australian Ballet continues its recent trend of exciting modern dance programs with Vitesse.
The final performance of the current London season sees Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty in excellent shape for its coming UK and world tour.
In a nicely balanced, highly entertaining double bill, The Royal Ballet presents Rhapsody and The Two Pigeons, two gems from the treasured catalogue of works from Frederick Ashton.