Tag Archives: Pamela Travers

Flying dreams and dancing animals: How children’s tales migrated to the ballet stage

This article first appeared in the Australian Ballet’s publication, Balletomane. If Wonderland were a destination, we could take our seats

How Disney added a spoonful of saccharine to Mary Poppins

This article was published in The Sunday Times today, 27 October, 2013 Pamela Travers, the creator of Mary Poppins, spent

Pamela Travers, her life, my biography, Disney’s movie

Dancelines is of course a site about dance, and this post is not. Well, only indirectly, in that the creator

Mary Poppins, please turn out your toes

Mary Poppins started her life as peg doll. But it wasn’t long before the wooden body with a wooden expression