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Posted: March 14, 2011


THE COMPANY PHOTO: BRUCE MONK

“A complete SUCCESS!!!”

"Wonderland was wonderful! The set and costumes are absolutely fabulous, as is the interpretation of the story."

“Go see @RWBallet's Wonderland! Drive safely and... just go!”

"BRAVO! Gorgeous choreography! I actually heard gasps from fellow audience members after some particularly exquisite movements."

“Last night's "Wonderland"from @RWBallet was psychedelic!  Immersive & entertaining”

"I thought the ballet was a wonderful, wild ride - modern dance, modern music, and multimedia ... The telling of Alice in Wonderland was disorienting and hallucinatory, as it should be ... This performance to me is a demonstration of what art should be allowed to be - imaginative, boundry-shifting, challenging."

"BRILLIANT show!  Thank you for that amazing feast."

“I thought it was wonderful! Innovative, playful and edgy. Great work!”

“Had an amazing time @RWBallet's Wonderland last night! What a trippy ride!”

“Not to be missed.”


Click here information about RWB's Wonderland tour and to check our our "A Year in Wonderland" video series


THE COMPANY PHOTO: BRUCE MONK


Jacelyn lobay, Amar Dhaliwal & Tristan Dobrowney photo: Bruce monk



Posted: March 10, 2011

André Lewis on New Creations
Originally Posted March 10, 2011

André Lewis speaks about new creations and the importance of supporting the RWB Creations Endowment Fund.

Thousands of elements make up the ballet production the audience finally sees on stage. The Creations Fund was established to provide financial support for all aspects of dance creation and production, from choreography and costume design to professional coaching and musical accompaniment.

Come out a see our newest creation Wonderland in Winnipeg this week and on tour in the coming weeks.



Posted: March 09, 2011

Cosmetic Creature Conjuring
Originally Posted: March 9, 2011

Join Wonderland make-up designer Jane McKay of MAC Cosmetics as she teaches the dancers how to create the show’s unique looks. She discusses the challenges in designing make-up that can transition quickly from one look to the next as the dancers change characters throughout the performance and how exciting it is to design for the stage.



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