Tag Archives: Peter Wright

The Australian Ballet’s repertoire for 2019

Stanton Welch, the Australian born artistic director of the Houston Ballet, has delved into Greek mythology with his new production

Alice’s Romp Through Wonderland

Could any creative team have as much fun as the men who sat down together to make the ballet Alice’s

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

Kevin O’Hare on the first Royal Ballet tour to Australia in 15 years and his own mantra: “Creating the classics of the 21st century”

At the end of this month the Royal Ballet will take up residence at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre in

A Nutcracker gift that keeps on giving, thanks to Peter Wright and John Macfarlane

It’s close to quarter of a century since Sir Peter Wright choreographed his Nutcracker for the Birmingham Royal Ballet. He

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

Peter Wright: The eloquent classicist, still in the rehearsal room in his 80s

Sir Peter Wright’s most prolific decade was the 1980s when he created productions of four great classical works, first The

Tchaikovsky’s Christmas present to the world: the grand pas de deux from Nutcracker

We have to thank – or blame – William Christensen, the founding artistic director of the San Francisco Ballet, for

The Australian Ballet’s 2014 repertoire

Stanton Welch’s production of La Bayadere, Peter Wright’s The Nutcracker and Kenneth MacMillan’s Manon are the three main ingredients of