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Thursday, September 22, 2005

Beautiful fairytale lends itself to ballet

The Mercury: Beautiful fairytale lends itself to ballet [23sep05]

THE Queensland Ballet's production of Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid opens tonight at the Theatre Royal.

Principal dancer Rachael Walsh, who has the title role, says the story of love, loss and yearning appeals to all ages.

The production has been so popular with Queensland audiences the company has performed three sell-out seasons in Brisbane.

"People just love this story and they keep wanting us to return," Walsh said.

"It's a very touching fairytale with beautiful costumes, scenery and lighting."

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