Tag Archives: Lucinda Dunn

Diana and Actaeon, the odd couple of a Soviet showstopper

There’s nothing quite like the Diana and Actaeon* pas de deux to excite a ballet audience. The piece is a

Australian Dance Awards, 2015

The Queensland Ballet, Lucinda Dunn, Waangenga Blanco and Narelle Benjamin were among those honoured this evening in the Australian Dance

Madeleine Eastoe followed Maina Gielgud’s advice and made the role of Giselle “entirely her own”

Every ballerina lucky enough to dance Giselle portrays the role in her own particular way. Of course she’s directed and

Heathcote and Radojevic: the back story

Steven Heathcote’s appointment as the Australian Ballet’s new ballet master and repetiteur, announced this week, reunites the former principal dancer

The Helpmann awards: winners of the year and problems of the past

It’s been 11 years since the Australian Ballet won the Helpmann Award for the Best Ballet or Dance Work. Back

Manon: a tale of coins, pointes and conflicts interpreted by a new generation

In 1978, Kenneth MacMillan, with his wife and daughter, travelled to Australia on a working holiday. During a two-day visit

No fuss, no fanfare – yet – to mark Danny Radojevic’s departure from the Australian Ballet

Danilo Radojevic is to leave the Australian Ballet after 17 years on the ballet staff and close to 13 years

All for Mrs P: A daughter pays tribute to her mother’s journey

Thanks to the vision and energy of such pioneers as Eunice Weston, Frances Scully, Kathleen Danetree, Linley Wilson, Lorraine Norton,

Robert Curran to retire from the Australian Ballet

The Australian Ballet announced today that Robert Curran is to retire as a principal artist of the company. Curran will