18 September 2012

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Resident Choreographer Stephen Baynes creates a new version of Swan Lake in honour of The Australian Ballet’s first performance in 1962. Ballet audiences, who haven’t seen the company perform a traditional version of this ballet classic since 1997, are delighted. And the critics agree. Australian Stage Online says “Everything about Swan Lake is flawless – the tragic romance, the superb choreography and elegant prose represented through elongated limbs and stunning movement”.