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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

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

Now and then in the Australian Ballet’s night of white

When William Forsythe rehearsed his In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated with the Paris Opera Ballet in 1987 he asked one

Bodytorque 2013: so far, so good, now for the future nurturing of talent

Almost a decade ago, David McAllister, artistic director of the Australian Ballet attended a conference in England where he, and

The Australian Ballet gala: Tributes to the past, hopes for the future

On November 2, 2012 – 50 years to the day since Peggy van Praagh and her deputy, Ray Powell, took