Tag Archives: Australian Ballet

The Australian Ballet’s new digital season

You might remember the days when Australian Ballet productions could be seen 0n free to air TV. That faded away

The curtain falls for now:How dance companies are reaching out to their audiences

If you’re reading this you already know that in Australia sports come first and the performing arts come later, if

The Australian Ballet 2020

Although David McAllister’s retirement as artistic director of the Australia Ballet was announced back in May, the absolute certainty of

Dancing Under the Southern Skies: A History of Ballet in Australia

Are you an author who describes yourself as self-employed on LinkedIn? If so, the description is probably half true. Self,

Ako Kondo as Giselle

From her first entrance as a young woman in love, until her last steps towards her grave, Ako Kondo was

Tributes to Dame Margaret Scott who changed the landscape of ballet in Australia

The Australian Ballet has announced the death of Dame Margaret Scott AC DBE, at the age of 96. David McAllister,

The American premieres of Anna Karenina and Sylvia that are coming soon to Australia

Time was when a ballet’s company’s repertoire was kept under wraps for months before the big launch. Now, with co-productions

Spartacus: The good, the evil and the wall between

Lucas Jervies, the choreographer of the Australian Ballet’s new production of Spartacus wanted to create a work that relates to

The Australian Ballet’s repertoire for 2019

Stanton Welch, the Australian born artistic director of the Houston Ballet, has delved into Greek mythology with his new production

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