The Australian Ballet traverses from the twentieth to twenty-first century in this scintillating freestyle triple bill that anchors a company premiere and a world premiere with a treasured classic.
A second opportunity arose to see Alexei Ratmansky’s Cinderella, a visit made all the sweeter by the surprise appearance of Madeleine Eastoe in the title role.
Celebrating a unique mix of opera, dance, music theatre, plays, live music and more, the 2015 Helpmann Nominations were announced this evening at performing arts venues around Australia. The 2015 Helpmann Awards […]
Having first dropped slipper in the Melbourne 2013 premiere, Alexei Ratmansky’s new staging of Cinderella confirms its status as an instant favourite of the repertory.
The Australian Ballet finds an ideal balance between classical story ballet and classical abstract ballet in this delightful evening of Frederick Ashton masterworks.
Lovingly restored to full glory, Maina Gielgud’s 1986 production of Giselle returns to its place as one of the most treasured jewels in The Australian Ballet’s repertoire.
Divine performances from the lead dancers elevate an otherwise elegant but somewhat lackluster ballet.
As much fun for the dancers and musicians as the audience, Carlos Acosta’s Don Quixote is like being present at one big opera house party.
Mesmerizing and relentless, the world premiere season of Young Men by BalletBoyz garners much audience appreciation and leaves plenty of scope for interpretation and thought.
Celebrating the glorious past and looking firmly toward the future, The Australian Ballet School marked the truly landmark occasion of their fiftieth anniversary with a wonderful evening of ceremony and celebration.