23 ̶ 25 August 2019
Don't miss a line up of incredible ballet as Royal New Zealand Ballet showcases the work of choreographers from three continents on local stages this winter. Starting with George Balanchine's iconic Serenade, 28 dancers are transported by Tchaikovsky's Serenade for Strings with inner light and tranquility. William Forsythe's Artifact II, in contrast, is a distinctive blast of neon and strobe, spliced with electronica.
Completing the line up is Stand to Reason, a commissioned work by Andrea Schermoly that celebrates the brave tenacity of the New Zealand suffragettes.
The stage will be flooded with colour and light.