Ballet Anatomy: EyesFree to Watch |14 June
The eyes may be the window to the soul, but they're also key to a dancer's expression and connection.
Ballet Anatomy: HandsFree to Watch |21 May
A dancer’s hands do the heavy lifting in more ways than one.
Ballet Anatomy: FeetFree to Watch |01 May
The second instalment of our Ballet Anatomy series focuses on the vital tools that are the feet.
Ballet Anatomy: MusclesFree to Watch |13 April
The ballet body is a working body. In the first instalment of our Ballet Anatomy series, we take a look at how our dancers use their muscles as the foundation of flexibility, strength, agility and control.
Designing SpartacusFree to Watch |21 December
From Jérôme Kaplan's metalic materials and evolving sets to a peek at Lucas Jervies' vision for this blockbuster ballet.
Road to StudiosFree to Watch |01 September
Pirouette over the bridge and up to level five of The Primrose Potter Australian Ballet Centre!
Our ArtisansFree to Watch |29 September
At The Australian Ballet, a team of artisans works behind the scenes, using both centuries-old techniques and cutting-edge technology to create the wonder you see on stage.
Dancing NijinskyFree to Watch |14 September
Our ballet men talk about what it takes to perform this extraordinary ballet.
Developing NijinskyFree to Watch |01 September
Get a glimpse of our dancers giving it their all in the studio.
Romeo and Juliet: The CostumesFree to Watch |22 June
This resulted in a genuine Renaissance look for Stanton Welch’s Romeo and Juliet
Choreographer Richard HouseFree to Watch |27 April
Richard House talks about his journey to becoming a dancer and choreographer with The Australian Ballet.
A look into StudiosFree to Watch |05 April
Discover the magic behind learning ballet with Studios in Melbourne!