Tag Archives: The Sleeping Beauty

Awakening a new Beauty with a gift of money

A new production of The Sleeping Beauty will be the centrepiece of the Australian Ballet’s repertoire next year. Premiering in

One director, two principals and four days: American Ballet Theatre’s pre-tour tour of Australia

American Ballet Theatre’s artistic director, Kevin McKenzie, and principal dancers, Gillian Murphy and James Whiteside, whizzed through three capital cities

Bourne’s Beauty Goes Global

Matthew Bourne is celebrating the 25th anniversary of his company, New Adventures, with a Sleeping Beauty-fest. After its premiere season

Reflections on Dancing as Darcey’s Double

by Annie Carroll The corridors of Covent Garden’s Royal Opera House are dimly lit and angular. One is never quite

The mirror images of Beauty reflected through the eyes of Ezio Frigerio

Watching a DVD filmed in 1999 of Rudolf Nureyev’s production of The Sleeping Beauty for the Paris Opera Ballet I

‘Beauty’ to mark Klaus’s departure in Queensland: Three American dancers join Royal New Zealand Ballet

As a tribute to Francois Klaus, one of his major productions, The Sleeping Beauty, will mark the end of his

The new Beauty at the Bolshoi

If artificial snowdrifts were heaped on the base of the ornate golden and ivory columns, the set for the Bolshoi

Beauty past and present

These Kenneth Rowell costume designs for the Australian Ballet’s Sleeping Beauty brought back memories of the production’s premiere at the

High hopes for the new year

I’m anticipating a happy new dance year with the 50th anniversary celebrations of the Australian Ballet, the 60th anniversary of

Carabosse: a lesson in evil

Monica Mason, the artistic director of the Royal Ballet, coaches Kristen McNally in the role of Carabosse in The Sleeping