Monthly Archives: August 2016

The Cirque returns with a face of innocence and ‘a feeling of danger’

Cirque du Soleil is not just a show. It’s a global phenomenon with marketing savvy that’s unmatchable. Right now there

Tales of Peggy van Praagh’s Coppelia, from the first Swanilda, Ann Jenner, and the producer, George Ogilvie

When Peggy van Praagh asked the Royal Ballet principal, Ann Jenner, to come to Australia in 1978 as a guest

Nijinsky’s father-in-law: The Australian connection

When the dancers of Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes sailed on the SS Avon from Southampton to Buenos Aires in 1913, there

From the barre to the board room and everything in between

François Klaus takes a refreshingly new approach to the world of ballet in his recently published book, Beyond the Barre,