Win a ‘Beautiful at the Ballet’ experience!

Stolen moments, secret passion, innocence betrayed - Romantic, mystical and lyrical, Giselle is a timeless production of one of ballet’s great stories.

Tell us what you would do to make your night at the ballet even more memorable and beautiful. A pamper session before the show? A new pair of shoes? Getting your nails done with a girlfriend? A delicious meal at a favourite restaurant? Register your details below and let us know - The Royal New Zealand Ballet and The Breeze might make it happen!

Former RNZB Artistic Director Ethan Stiefel’s acclaimed production of Giselle first toured New Zealand in 2012 to sell-out audiences. Subsequently performed by the RNZB in China, the USA, the UK and Italy, and turned into a feature film by director Toa Fraser, Giselle has captivated international audiences and critics alike. In August and September, New Zealand audiences will have the opportunity to see this masterpiece once again, as the RNZB tours this signature production to seven centres nationwide.

“A haunting production that will linger long in the memory” The Stage (UK)
“A tight and gripping recounting of a poetic tale” New Zealand Herald

Adolphe Adam’s lyrical score will be performed by a live orchestra in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin with a specially recorded version in all other centres.

The quintessential Romantic ballet, Giselle is a perfect fusion of every element that makes ballet so special: human characters, a romantic story, elegant costumes, beautiful choreography and exquisite pointe work.

Find out more at rnzb.org.nz/giselle

Choreography and production by Johan Kobborg and Ethan Stiefel (choreography after Marius Petipa)

Music by Adolphe Adam
Costume design by  Natalia Stewart
Scenic design by Howard C Jones
Lighting design by Kendall Smith

Tour Details:
Wellington 11 – 14 August
Napier 19 August
Christchurch 23 – 24 August
Dunedin 28 August
Auckland 31 August – 3 September
Rotorua 6 September
Palmerston North 9 September

BOOK NOW at rnzb.org.nz

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