Nothing lasts forever. In this poignant dance short by filmmaker Ramón Verdugo, a couple confronts the inevitable fading of their relationship.
The Australian Ballet presents La Sylphide, in a production by Erik Bruhn after August Bournonville’s nineteenth-century original. A ballet in two acts, La Sylphide tells the tale of the Scottish dreamer James, who is fascinated by a woodland sprite and spurns his fiancée to follow her. Intent on capturing the ethereal beauty for his own, he accepts the help of the vengeful witch Madge, who leads him to his downfall.
(Choreographer), (Composer), Leanne Stojmenov (La Sylphide), Daniel Gaudiello (James), Olga Tamara (His mother), Vivienne Wong (Effie, his fiancee), Andrew Wright (Gum, his cousin), Heidi Martin (Nancy, Effie's friend), (Director)