Melbourne continues to enjoy a full and rewarding program of high-class opera, wondrous dance and high profile visiting artists.
The Australian Ballet: Murphy review
The Australian Ballet honours and celebrates their extraordinary 50-year association with Australian living legend and national treasure Graeme Murphy in the lovingly curated new mixed program, Murphy.
The Australian Ballet: Symphony in C review
Positioning abstract modern dance alongside pure classical ballet, The Australian Ballet’s mixed program Symphony in C showcases not only the breadth of talent of the company but also the astounding versatility of […]
The Australian Ballet: Vitesse review
Commencing its 2016 Melbourne season in top form, The Australian Ballet continues its recent trend of exciting modern dance programs with Vitesse.
The Australian Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty review
Lavish production values and wonderful dance combine for a world class, highly traditional new staging of evergreen classic The Sleeping Beauty.
The Australian Ballet: Alexei Ratmansky’s Cinderella review 
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: La Bayadère review
A dazzling and thrilling new production, Stanton Welch’s La Bayadère is world-class entertainment that shows The Australian Ballet at its best.
The Australian Ballet: Imperial Suite review [Melbourne]
A pair of classical treasures, Ballet Imperial and Suite en Blanc make a neatly balanced midyear complement to the streamlined modern dance of Chroma. With nary a trace of narrative or character, […]
The Australian Ballet: Graeme Murphy’s Swan Lake review
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: Don Quixote review
The Australian Ballet returns Rudolf Nureyev’s Don Quixote to the stage in a somewhat dated but altogether delightful production.