Tag Archives: Alexei Ratmansky

Osipova’s “Pure Dance”

The American ballet critic, Arlene Croce, described Antony Tudor’s ballet, The Leaves are Fading, as “a wistful attempt at a

The journey of Spartacus, stage by stage by stage

After the Bolshoi Ballet’s season at Brisbane’s Queensland Performing Arts Centre (from late June to early July 2019) the company

200 years after Petipa’s birth, Ratmansky prepares for a new Bayadère

To mark the 200 years since the birth of Marius Petipa, the choreographer was celebrated with a memorial plaque at

The Australian Ballet’s 2018 tent pole: Spartacus reinvented for the 21st century

In any ballet season there’s always a big show, a premiere, a hook that adds that extra bit of excitement

Together they stand: the trend for co-productions in the ballet world

We’re fast approaching the time when dance companies release their 2018 repertoire. The Queensland Ballet will reveal its season on

Ratmansky’s Cinderella at the Coliseum – a round up of the London reviews

The London critics are mostly in agreement in their reviews of the Australian Ballet’s Cinderella, choreographed by Alexei Ratmansky in

Daniel Gaudiello makes a no-fuss, no flowers exit from the Australian Ballet stage

Daniel Gaudiello gave his last performance with the Australian Ballet on 21 March in Melbourne. When a principal artist leaves

2016: The past, the present, and a very big challenge of the future

A hundred years ago the Ziegfeld Follies opened on Broadway with Bachelor Days, a vaudeville show that included a song

World Ballet Day companies throw open their studio doors

The big difference between World Ballet Day 2015 and the inaugural event last year was the way the five main

The Australian Ballet’s 2016 repertoire

For the first time in its history, the Australian Ballet will stage a ballet choreographed by John Neumeier, the artistic