Tag Archives: Amy Harris

Gielgud’s Giselle, a heritage work in the Australian Ballet’s repertoire with added pizazz courtesy of David Hallberg

The minute David Hallberg makes his entrance it’s clear he’s a man of distinction and charm. No wonder the vulnerable

Alice’s Romp Through Wonderland

Could any creative team have as much fun as the men who sat down together to make the ballet Alice’s

Kevin Jackson seizes the day with his Sydney debut as Nijinsky

The opening night of Neumeier’s Nijinsky in Sydney was Remembrance Day, the 11th of November, a day that marks the

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

Stephen Baynes’ Swan Lake is back and better than ever

The opening night cast of the Australian Ballet’s revival was superb. Amber Scott as Odette/Odile, Adam Bull as Prince Siegfried,

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

Madeleine Eastoe to make her farewell performance in July

After an 18-year career, the principal dancer, Madeleine Eastoe, 36, will retire from the Australian Ballet following her last performance

Hallberg and Scott bring Ratmansky’s Cinderella to new heights at the Sydney Opera House

Prince Siegfried, Prince Desire, the Nutcracker Prince, Prince Charming and the Prince of the Pagodas. Princes strut through the palaces,

First the glitter, then the shadowplay: the Australian Ballet’s double bill

The Australian Ballet’s latest program is a study in contrasts: Romantic era French, versus Imperial Russian, a chandelier versus a

The Australian Ballet’s 50th year celebrations come to a close with documentary, talks, exhibitions

From the words of the first artistic director – Peggy van Praagh – to the thoughts of the newest Odette/Odile