Australian Ballet On Tour: The Sleeping Beauty Act III And Other Works

Australian Ballet On Tour: The Sleeping Beauty Act III And Other Works

This performance is part of SEASON 2024. Individual tickets are now available for purchase. You can still become a subscriber and enjoy multiple subscriber benefits.

 Wednesday 17 July & Thursday 18 July, 7:30pm

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The Australian Ballet is delighted to be bringing a program of classical favourites and contemporary pieces to audiences across three states.

Celebrating over four decades of touring the country, be transported by the pure artistry of The Australian Ballet’s dancers as we showcase some of the most moving, enthralling and exciting moments in our repertoire.

Featuring Act III of Marius Petipa’s The Sleeping Beauty, The Australian Ballet’s Resident Choreographer, Stephanie Lake’s Circle Electric: Prologue, the Act II pas de deux from Anne Woolliams' Swan Lake and an Australian Ballet premiere, George Balanchine’s Allegro Brillante, The Australian Ballet On Tour will delight both those new to ballet and seasoned balletomanes.

Join us across three states, as we move you beyond words in this very special tour of traditional pieces and innovative new work.

The Australian Ballet On Tour is made possible thanks to the support of our Principal Partner, Telstra.

Program

Allegro Brillante by George Balanchine © The George Balanchine Trust

Swan Lake Act II pas de deux by Anne Woolliams after Marius Petipa

Circle Electric: Prologue by Stephanie Lake

The Sleeping Beauty Act III by Marius Petipa

SWAN LAKE ACT II PAS DE DEUX

Choreography Anne Woolliams after Marius Petipa

Additional choreography Ray Powell

Director David Hallberg

Dramaturgy and additional choreography Lucas Jervies

Composer Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Costume design Mara Blumenfeld

Performed by Moscow International Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Konstantin Krimetz. Published by Toei Music Publishing Co. Ltd.

Wagga Wagga's own Barradambang Dancers will open this event with a curtain-raiser performance called “Barradambang Wattle”, choreographed by Wiradjuri Artist Ella Havelka, in collaboration with local Wiradjuri Elders and First Nations composer Tristan Field. The Barradambang Dancers are a newly formed group of First Nations youth from across the Riverina Region brought together by The ELLA Foundation and The NSW Department of Education Arts Unit.


Date & Time:

Wednesday 17 July, 7:30pm
Thursday 18 July, 7:30pm

Foyers, Box Office and Bar open one hour before the show starts.


Duration:

2 hours 20 mins including interval


Ticket Prices:

Adult $75
Concession/Member $70
Group 4+ $70
Child Under 15 $40
Adult Subscriber $70
Concession Subscriber $65


Venue:

Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre
Burns Way off, Tarcutta St, Wagga Wagga NSW 2650


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There are options for vegetarians and meat lovers, and gluten free crackers can be arranged through the Box Office.

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This performance is part of SEASON 2024. Individual tickets are now available for purchase. You can still become a subscriber and enjoy multiple subscriber benefits.