Queensland Ballet Season 2020

Queensland Ballet has announced a 60th anniversary season for 2020 that celebrates the company’s heritage and its future in equal measure. Artistic Director, Li Cunxin, said the 2020 season was brimming with treasures old and new as a way of celebrating where the Company has come from and where its bold ambitions are taking it.... Continue Reading →

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Review: Dangerous Liaisons (Queensland Ballet)

We went to see Queensland Ballet’s hotly-anticipated Dangerous Liaisons – a brand-new, full-length, world premiere ballet by acclaimed choreographer and QB Artistic Associate Liam Scarlett. The season has concluded now, but I had such a jumble of feelings about the production that it has taken me this long to sort them out and write a... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Carmen & The Firebird (Queensland Ballet)

  Where? QPAC’s Playhouse Theatre When? May 25 – June 3 Queensland Ballet present their much-anticipated double bill of Carlos Acosta’s contemporary Carmen and Liam Scarlett’s dark and thrilling The Firebird. The two works were expected to be disparate, but unfortunately this comparison could also be made in quality as well as thematic and balletic... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: La Bayadère (Queensland Ballet)

Soloist Joel Woellner as Solor (front), photographed by David Kelly Where? Playhouse Theatre, QPAC When? March 16-31, 2018 Queensland Ballet present the world premiere of Greg Horsman’s La Bayadère, a co-production between QB, West Australian Ballet and Royal Winnipeg Ballet that reimagines a little-known classical ballet and sweeps audiences away to the 19th century British... Continue Reading →

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