Guillaume Côté


A Wild Way Home in Le Petit Prince

Choreography by Guillaume Côté By Mark Mann Le Petit Prince

Le Petit Prince is both a perfect and a problematic choice. Perfect because the story is already furnished with all the necessary components for a conventional ballet, and problematic because Le Petit Prince is actually a dark and confusing book.

Manuel Roque, Guillaume Côté, Jean Grand-Maître


Performance | Spectacle

Ottawa ON
April 20-22 avril 2017
8:00 | 20:00

Emerging Arts Critics Programme

Le Petit Prince

By Grace Wells-Smith

Full of flash and innovation, Le Petit Prince is a step in a different direction for The National Ballet of Canada.

Emerging Arts Critics Programme

Le Petit Prince

By Michael Morreale

The National Ballet of Canada’s world premiere of Le Petit Prince had all the makings of a royal feast, but the balance was off.

Emerging Arts Critics Programme

Nothing Petit About It

By Liz Ostil

Noticeable excitement hums within the walls of the Four Seasons Centre on opening night as audience members settle into their seats before a giant, projected paper scrawled with the name of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s tiniest hero.

Emerging Arts Critics Programme

Pure, Smart Entertainment

By Anne Cass

Vitality, glamour and striking humour fill The National Ballet of Canada’s stage at the premiere of Alexander Ekman’s Cacti, with George Balanchine’s The Four Temperaments and Rubies at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts.

Emerging Arts Critics Programme

The Pleasure of Cacti’s Prickle

By Matthew Pariselli

Cacti is a delightfully silly and playful ballet, but also a sharply satirical and pulsating presentation, accentuated by its strategic place in The National Ballet of Canada’s recent mixed programme, which also features Balanchine’s The Four Temperaments and Rubies.

Emerging Arts Critics Programme

Ratmansky’s Romeo and Juliet Finds Balance Between Traditional and Contemporary

By Michael Morreale

In The National Ballet of Canada’s production of Romeo and Juliet, renowned choreographer Alexei Ratmansky distills Shakespeare’s tragic tale of two young lovers with a gentle hand.

Emerging Arts Critics Programme

Trios to Duet

By Lucinda Rajaselvan

Guillaume Côté and Elena Lobsanova play the lead roles in Romeo and Juliet, a timeless story of love, humour, tragedy and a deadly blood feud, danced to the famous score by Sergei Prokofiev.

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Summer is the season of outdoor festivals and a time spent close to nature’s elements, but it is also a time for thinking ahead and planning for the fall. At The Dance Current we’re already looking forward to the autumn and thought you might like a glance at what’s coming up across the country.