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 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 […]
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.
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 Australian Ballet boasts a carefully curated collection of classical and contemporary dance works in its eagerly anticipated season 2016. Returning full-length favourites and innovative mixed programs will be joined by a […]
Lavish production values and wonderful dance combine for a world class, highly traditional new staging of evergreen classic The Sleeping Beauty.
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.
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.