Monthly Archives: July 2015

The swings and roundabouts of the circus in harmony with the Baroque

When Marie Sallé danced the role of the Rose in the flower scene of a divertissement in Jean-Philippe Rameau’s 18th

Kurt Jooss and the timeless masterpiece, The Green Table

American Ballet Theatre’s repertoire for its autumn 2015 season includes works by Balanchine, Ashton, Twyla Tharp, Mark Morris and Paul

McDonald’s Ballet Scholarship finalists 2015

These are finalists who will compete for the two major scholarships judged on August 2 at the Sydney Opera House.

Jerome Kaplan’s design recipe for Ratmansky’s Cinderella: “Find first the good ingredients and organise well all together”

From the moment the curtain rises on the ballet Cinderella we enter a topsy-turvy dreamscape. Shoes flip into hats, a