Tag Archives: Manon

Kenneth MacMillan: His creative spirit remains, 25 years after his death

To mark the 25th anniversary of MacMillan’s death – in October 1992 – six dance companies in the United Kingdom

The sublime dancer and actor, Alessandra Ferri, returns to the Royal Opera House stage

The Italian ballerina, Alessandra Ferri, retired in 2007, but six years later she returned to the stage. A former principal

A magic carpet ride through 2015

I would, if I could, take a magic carpet ride to several continents and at least a dozen theatres to

World Ballet Day, #4 National Ballet of Canada

Less than four months ago, Aleksander Antonijevic, a principal at the National Ballet of Canada, ditched his black tights and

World Ballet Day, #5 San Francisco Ballet and the Wrap Up

In nine months Helgi Tomasson will celebrate his 30th year as artistic director of the San Francisco Ballet. I think

World Ballet Day #3: The Royal Ballet

The TV and radio presenter, George Lamb and the Royal Ballet soloist, Kristen McNally were the confident hosts who took

World Ballet Day: October 1

Tomorrow five ballet companies around the world will be live streaming from their studios, first from Australia, then Russia, the

A chemistry lesson by Cojocaru and Kobborg

Aristotle thought that the essence of theatrical tragedy is the empathic response of the audience who can feel the agony

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

Cojocaru and Kobborg to guest with The Australian Ballet next month

Before Alina Cojocaru left the Royal Ballet she told me she felt constrained at Covent Garden and found solace as