Tag Archives: Original Ballet Russe

Sono Osato, a woman of mystery, magic and courage, who survived racism, and the slings and arrows of working for Colonel de Basil

A serendipitous chain of events this month began when a Sydney Morning Herald columnist asked for help with an article

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

A treasure trove of ballet signatures from the ’40s

My recent post about the artist, Phyllis McLachlan, led me to the website of Douglas Stewart Fine Books in Melbourne