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Posted: March 16, 2011

Wonderland Audience ReaCtions
Originally Posted March 16, 2011

Click play for audience impressions on opening night of the World Premiere of RWB's Wonderland in Winnipeg.

* magical * fresh * innovative * original * fantastic * imaginative *
* stunning * brilliant * fun * entertaining * different *
* a party of the senses *



Posted: March 15, 2011

On Tuesday, March 15, RWB Company dancers Yosuke Mino and Yayoi Ezawa were interviewed on CBC Radio about the difficult situation in their home country of Japan.

We would like invite you, the many fans and followers of Canada's Royal Winnipeg Ballet, to visit the Japan Relief page on the CBC website to learn more about what you can do to help.

http://www.cbc.ca/japanrelief

From the website:

On March 11th, a 9.0 earthquake - the world’s most powerful recorded in history - struck Japan. This impact triggered a destructive tsunami.

Since then, the coast has been hit by more than 150 aftershocks.

The effects of these disasters have displaced Japanese families from their loved ones. Now many are missing, fires have spread, buildings destroyed, towns wiped out and over millions left without water and electricity.

But even in the wake of disaster, there’s always hope. Your contribution can provide emergency supplies and relief required to help those in need.



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



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