Murphy | The Australian Ballet

From the glamour of 1979's Scheherazade, in which dancers dressed in glittering gold Akira Isogawa designed skirts are accompanied by soaring operatic vocals, to the boisterous playfulness of Ellipse (2002), with its nod to Western hoe-down dancing, Murphy's startling range is on display.

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