Le Corsaire is a traditional full-length ballet that is light on storytelling, allowing plenty of scope for a multitude of featured dances, and set in an exotic locale, giving the opportunity for […]
Choreographer du jour, Alexei Ratmansky has established himself as an elegantly inventive master of the modern evolution of dance and ballet. Internationally in-demand, Australian audiences were fortunate enough to be treated to […]
Well established as one of the “jewels” of the repertoire, George Balanchine’s Jewels is a tantalizing reflection on the sheer beauty of ballet.
Brimming with wit and wonder, The Australian Ballet’s brand new staging of Cinderella is a world-class production set to thrill audiences for many years to come.
Romantic double bill La Sylphide and Paquita celebrate the sheer beauty of pure ballet, providing an evening of unabashed theatrical pleasure. Performed in a section of the season usually reserved for a […]
Nominations were announced this evening for the 13th annual Helpmann Awards. The Awards will be presented at the Sydney Opera House on Monday 29 July, in a ceremony that will be telecast […]
More than ten years old, and not showing the slightest signs of age, Graeme Murphy’s masterful production is as vivid and thrilling as ever. Following last year’s traditional staging of perennial favourite […]
The Australian Ballet’s only triple bill for the year, Vanguard is a celebration, through dance, of the beauty of the human body. Stripped back to sheer unitards, trunks and tights, the dancers […]
The Australian Ballet returns Rudolf Nureyev’s Don Quixote to the stage in a somewhat dated but altogether delightful production.
Artistic Director David McAllister’s vision to mount a new-yet-traditional staging of perennial favourite Swan Lake has been lovingly and expertly realised in this wondrous production that puts the focus squarely on the […]