And We Danced
ABC Commercial has announced a first look at the new series And We Danced (HD 3x 60’), which traces the extraordinary history of The Australian Ballet
And We Danced 'Divergence' performance -The Australian Ballet © Jim McFarlane
And We Danced - Mason Lovegrove David McAllister and © Kate Longley
And We Danced - Kathleen Gorham and Barry Kitcher- The Display © The Australian Ballet
Ahead of Avant Première, ABC Commercial has announced a first look at the captivating new arts documentary series And We Danced (HD3 x 60’), which traces the extraordinary history of The Australian Ballet.
From WildBear Entertainment, And We Danced tracks the company’s history from its earliest performances through to many of its most legendary – including Rudolf Nureyev’s Don Quixote, Maina Gielgud’s The Sleeping Beauty and Graeme Murphy’s Swan Lake.
For almost sixty years, The Australian Ballet has evolved to become of the country’s most treasured cultural institutions. As the Ballet looks forward to a new era, And We Danced looks back on what has shaped this iconic company and made it unique.
For the first time in its history, the Ballet opens its remarkable archive. As well as rarely seen historical footage, this landmark series features dynamic interviews from past and present dancers, celebrity fans, choreographers, artistic directors and ballet historians to tell the entertaining, and at times turbulent, story of this iconic national ballet company.
ABC Commercial holds worldwide distribution rights
Production Company Wildbear Entertainment Pty Ltd
Executive Producer Veronica Fury
Director Andrew Southwell
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