In the history of dance, there are only a handful of productions that translate Shakespeare’s story of tragic love into compelling ballet form. John Cranko’s majestic version is one of them.
A New Era
Live on Ballet TV
Live on Ballet TV gives you the opportunity to experience The Australian Ballet in real-time from wherever you are.
Music at the ballet
Music is an equal partner of dance, a defining element in everything we do.
“When you’re learning the work, you’re really just dealing with movement, and trying to figure it out. But when you put it in context, there’s a real kind of rawness to it, a real honesty.”
Principal Artist Callum Linnane
Callum Linnane and Robyn Hendricks in Anna Karenina
The Australian Ballet’s inaugural Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) shares a vision for the company’s proactive engagement with Australia’s First Nations communities.
The development of a RAP advances company-wide reconciliation conversations and strengthens partnerships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples who have shaped Australia's cultural and creative identity for millennia.