A time-honored production of Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake receives a first-rate rendering by The Royal Ballet on Blu-ray from Opus Arte.
A quirky rethinking of a classic ballet story more akin to Cirque du Soleil than to traditional dance that remains a provocative and often humorous production.
An in-depth behind the scenes look at the creation of a new ballet for the New York Ballet company by one of its rising young stars.
Dated sights and sounds aside, this three ballet collection gives us Czech choreographer Kylián at his best.
The definitive film biography of Czech choreographer, Jiří Kylián, that combines archival and high-definition footage quite successfully and provides a bonus performance of the ballet, Wings of Wax.
A new version of Stravinksy’s modern classic, The Firebird, aided by nifty special effects and terrific dancing.
Following Christopher Wheeldon’s successful ballet, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, The Winter’s Tale is one terrific show that is as good as its predecessor.
The Nutcracker is a much loved ballet and this venerable Nureyev version gets a well-danced and filmed account.
A revisionist Nutcracker that blends classical dance with hip-hop and martial arts.
A short-running low-resolution film that fails to deliver the promise of Jiri Kylian’s original balletic adaptation of Stravinsky’s chamber work.