Queensland Ballet performs Tutus on Tour
Published on 20 July 2021
Queensland Ballet returns to the Pilbeam Theatre in August with a celebration of the company’s 60th anniversary, Tutus on Tour.
Tutus on Tour features performances from past and present works, with signature dances from the Company’s respected repertoire, including excerpts from the Companies 60th Anniversary Gala performed at Queensland Performing Arts Centre in March to critical acclaim.
The production honours the creative artists in Queensland Ballet’s rich history.
The spectacular program includes founding Artistic Director Charles Lisner OBE’s Grande Pas Classique , François Klaus’ Cloudland Pas de Deux, Don Quixote Pas de Deux and Greg Horsman’s Never, Stop Falling in Love.
Tutus on Tour is sure to leave audiences inspired with fond memories of Queensland Ballet’s stories and stir excitement for the future of this world-class company.
The performance includes a number of digital resources which audiences members are encouraged to access in the foyer before the show.
Tutus on Tour is presented by Rockhampton Regional Council and is part of the 2021 See It Live Theatre Season.
The Rockhampton performance is part of a regional tour which includes eight towns; Redland, Gladstone, Goondiwindi, Toowoomba, Redcliffe, Logan and Maryborough
Whilst the company is in Rockhampton, Queensland Ballet’s Education Teaching Artists will be delivering free in-school workshops for students in kindergarten, Prep – Yr 12, a Teacher Professional Development session for dance educators and a suite of community classes for all ages and experience levels. To find out more and to register your interest, visit www.queenslandballet.com.au/regionaltour
Queensland Ballet is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.
Tutus on Tour will be performed at the Pilbeam Theatre on Saturday 7 August at 7.30pm. Tickets are on sale now from the Pilbeam Theatre Box Office, phone 4927 4111 and online at www.seeitlive.com.au
Adults $52, concessions $48. PAY-YOUR-AGE: patrons aged 26 years and under pay $1 per year of age.