Monthly Archives: September 2016

The Australian Ballet’s 2017 season: A year of Alice, Clara and Aurora

For both the dancers and audiences, the Australian Ballet’s big show of 2017 will be Christopher Wheeldon’s Alice’s Adventures in

Never mind the feet – just look at the feathers and chiffon, darling: The ragtrade’s phoney world of ballet

Three days ago New York Magazine wrote a piece with a headline that’s hard to ignore: “Ballerinas Are Pissed Kendall

Queensland Ballet unveils its 2017 season

Bespoke, a production designed to appeal to new audiences, will open the Queensland Ballet’s 2017 season next February with performances

Neumeier’s Nijinsky: A reflection of both the dancer and the choreographer

The ballet Nijinsky isn’t a chronological narrative of the dancer’s life, but depicts elements of his life as he remembers

When the dancer’s costume is their naked body

The French choreographer, Olivier Dubois, received around 2000 resumes from dancers when he was ready to cast his new work,