CHOREOGRAPHED BY GARRY STEWART
REMOUNTED BY KIALEA-NADINE WILLIAMS
In 2008 Garry Stewart continued his referencing of iconic ballet with the debut of Australian Dance Theatres G, a reworking of Giselle. Dramaturgically, G refers to an essay titled ‘Giselle, Madness and Death’ by Steven Wainwright of Kings College London which links the narrative of Giselle to the pathologisation of women as hysterics in early 19th century France. In 2019, Kialea-Nadine Williams remounted G under the guidance of Garry Stewart on Adelaide College of the Arts dancers becoming the first full length remount of the work outside of the company.