Cinderella – The next gift from Ballet TV

Cinderella – The next gift from Ballet TV

The smash hit Cinderella is our next treat to you as part of The Australian Ballet’s digital season on Ballet TV.

Master choreographer Alexei Ratmansky’s Cinderella is now live and free to stream for the next two weeks. Created especially for The Australian Ballet in 2013, this Cinderella is full of surprises. Witty, vibrant, glamorous and romantic, Ratmansky’s acclaimed production will sweep you off your feet.

Starring Lana Jones and Daniel Gaudiello, this production was filmed in 2016 at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra.

With all the elements of the fairy tale we know and love – a feisty heroine, a dashing prince, a kindly godmother and a deliciously wicked stepmother – there’s no better way to escape to another world. A heart-fluttering romance that’s the perfect fit for a cosy night in.

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A Dance with the Stepsisters: Jacqueline Clark, Tyson Powell, Corey Herbert, Cameron Holmes and Artists of The Australian Ballet. Photo Jeff Busby.


The Australian Ballet recently launched  Ballet TV, including free streaming of cinematic-quality recorded performances of past seasons*.

While theatres are closed, the newly launched At Home with Ballet TV brings the joy and wonderment of dance to our audiences in the comfort of their own home, delivering some much-needed ballet magic.

This five-month digital season of quality production recordings, danced by The Australian Ballet, draws from a carefully curated selection of treasured works, including all-time classics and ballet’s finest romantic productions.

David McAllister’s The Sleeping Beauty was the first production to launch and streamed for two weeks from Sunday 5 April. The second and third productions to launch on At Home with Ballet TV are Alexei Ratmansky’s Cinderella (17 April  to 1 May), followed by Graeme Murphy’s Romeo & Juliet (1 May to 15 May).


Artists of The Australian Ballet, courtesy of The Australian Ballet


To follow, Coppélia, Manon, Graeme Murphy’s Swan Lake and more will keep home dwellers entertained.

We’re all at home – but we’re all together. And together, we’ll dance our way through.

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*International copyright restrictions mean we offer free access to the 2020 Digital Season within Australia.