The Queensland Ballet have made the difficult decision to postpone their imaginative retelling of Peter and the Wolf until 2022. The tale of Peter’s curious adventures with his woodland friends was due to open on 16 September at the Judith Wright Arts Centre.
Due to the disruption of the eight-day lockdown and ongoing uncertainty around theatre capacities, Peter, the sly Wolf, Duck, Bird and grumpy Grandfather have made the tough call to postpone their performance to next year; when all children, families and the young at heart can enjoy their beloved symphonic fairytale.
Grandfather is particularly grumpy as this is the fourth time he’s had to change his travel plans since 2020 due to COVID-19. But, he’s got a good feeling about next year.
“The shining light in all of this is when we raise the curtain on the antics of our favourite characters in 2022, we’ll be on our new stage at our redeveloped home at the Thomas Dixon Centre,” said Greg Horsman.
“That will make for a sparkling season not to be missed. Because we are in our own home, we have some extra special plans for this production now, but I won’t spoil the surprise.”
Refunds will happen automatically, and you do not need to contact QTIX, Queensland Ballet’s ticketing service provider, unless your credit card details have changed. If this is the case for you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call QTIX 136246 with your booking reference.
Please do not include your credit card details. The QTIX team will be in touch with you as soon as possible. Refunds for all children’s pre-performance workshops will also be automatically refunded by Queensland Ballet.
It has been a challenging year for Queensland Ballet and it would be greatly appreciated if you could consider a donation to the value of your ticket. All donations directed to Queensland Ballet help keep the magic of ballet alive. A tax-deductible receipt will be emailed to you as soon as possible.
Queensland Ballet can’t wait to welcome you to the Thomas Dixon Centre next year as they join Peter on his adventures with Wolf, Duck, Bird, Cat and his grumpy Grandfather. For more information, visit: www.queenslandballet.com.au for details.
Image: Peter and the Wolf – courtesy of Queensland Ballet