Tag Archives: Cinderella

Memories of the year that was, hopes for the year to come

Looking backwards before glimpsing forward, the two highlights of the Australian dance year were the season of the Paris Opera

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,

The fascinating rhythms of David Hallberg

Before YouTube, boys and girls who yearned for a life as a dancer had trouble finding film or video of

Ratmansky’s Cinderella: a spellbinding tale told in a framework of the cosmos, circles and squares

This review was commissioned by Dance Europe, and was published at the end of October in the November issue of

A very surreal Cinderella

In the lead up to Alexei Ratmansky’s Cinderella for the Australian Ballet, much of the publicity focused on the surrealist

Dancing with the Planets

In Alexei Ratmansky’s new Cinderella for the Australian Ballet, the heroine is taken to the ball by a rotation of

The Stepmother wears Schiaparelli

The Australian Ballet has released photos and sketches of Alexei Ratmansky’s Cinderella, a production that will premiere in Melbourne later

Cinderella: a tale best told at a time of war

Cinderella’s story can take place in any country and at any time, but in ballet terms, the tale will always

Q & A with Ratmansky

With the Bolshoi Ballet’s season in Australia to open tomorrow, I spoke a week ago on the phone to Alexei

Adventures by the fireside

After watching Queensland Ballet’s Cinderella on a Friday night and the Australian Ballet’s Don Quixote the following Monday I’ve started