Tag Archives: Ballet Rambert

When the baby ballerinas took a detour to the silver screen

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How many ballet dancers these days become actors? There are some, of course, including Baryshnikov, but I think the peak

“Thank you, dear Lucia”: American Ballet Theatre celebrates 75 years

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Two years before the Japanese bombed the American fleet in Pearl Harbor in December 1941 President Franklin Roosevelt began to

Sally Gilmour: the fey and foxy lady of the Ballet Rambert

Sally Gilmour in Lady Into Fox, photographer unknown

Just as every male ballet dancer was upstaged by Rudolf Nureyev in the 1960s, so did female dancers suffer from

Dancing with the Planets

Antony Tudor as Neptune, 1934, photo, Angus McBean, © Harvard Theatre Collection

In Alexei Ratmansky’s new Cinderella for the Australian Ballet, the heroine is taken to the ball by a rotation of

A treasure trove of ballet signatures from the ’40s

An inscription in honour of Wesley Hooper in Supplement to the Complete Book of Ballets

My recent post about the artist, Phyllis McLachlan, led me to the website of Douglas Stewart Fine Books in Melbourne