Monthly Archives: December 2014

A magic carpet ride through 2015

I would, if I could, take a magic carpet ride to several continents and at least a dozen theatres to

If there’s mice and mirlitons and memories of our first ballet concert, it has to be Christmas

At Christmas, we yearn for home or at least the memory of home as it was when we were children.

Irina Baronova, seen through the eyes of her daughter, Victoria Tennant

This article first appeared in the Good Weekend supplement of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. Tucked in a

Queensland Ballet: Joiners and leavers

Two dancers from the National Ballet of Cuba are to join the Queensland Ballet next year. Yanela Pinera will become

A Nutcracker gift that keeps on giving, thanks to Peter Wright and John Macfarlane

It’s close to quarter of a century since Sir Peter Wright choreographed his Nutcracker for the Birmingham Royal Ballet. He