Wayne John EAGLING

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1950-11-27
Education Robert Louis Stevenson Sch Pebble Beach CA, Royal Ballet Sch London
Books & Publications
Recreations scuba diving, golf
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Style Wayne Eagling, Esq
Career ballet dancer; Royal Ballet Co: joined 1969, soloist 1972-75, princ 1975-91; artistic dir: Dutch Nat Ballet 1991-2005, English Nat Ballet 2005-; created/choreographed new works incl: R B Sque (for Amnesty Int Gala 1983, Sadler's Wells Theatre 1984), Frankenstein - The Modern Prometheus (one act, for Royal Ballet 1985, La Scala Milan 1987, Dutch Nat Ballet 1993), Beauty and the Beast (one act, for Royal Ballet 1986), Manfred (two acts), Senso (three acts), Nijinsky (two acts), Pas de Deuxs (Naples, Mantova, on RAI TV), The Queen of Spades (opera at La Scala Milan), The Wall Concert (with Roger Waters, Berlin), I Want to Break Free (video for pop group Queen), Alma (two act ballet on life of Alma Mahler, La Scala Milan) 1994; for Dutch National Ballet: Ruins of Times 1993, Symphony in Waves 1994, Duet 1995; co-choregraphed: Nutcracker and Mouseking 1996 (with Toer van Schayk), Lost Touch (for Dancing for Duchenne, a Charity Gala Amsterdam) 1995, Holding a Balance (for opening of Vermeer exhbn, Mauritshuis The Hague) 1996, The Last Emperor (for The Hong Kong Ballet) 1997, Toverfluit (with Toer van Schayle) 1999, La Sacre du Printemps 2000, Frozen (for opening of Mintus von Weleer exbn Vermeer-Mauritshuis The Hague; >ir< incl: Prince Siegfried in Swan Lake, Prince Florimund in The Sleeping Beauty, The Prince in The Nutcracker, The Poet in Les Sylphides, Solor in La Bayadère, Albrecht in Giselle; by Sir Frederick Ashton incl: Colas in La Fille Mal Gardée, Tirrenio in Ondine, The Prince in Cinderella, The Young Man in The Two Pigeons, Tuesday and Friday's Child in Jazz Calendar; by Sir Kenneth MacMillan incl: The Brother in Triad (first created role), des Grieux in Manon Lescaut, Prince Rudolf in Mayerling, Edward Gordon Craig and Oskar Beregi in Isadora, Romeo and Mercutio in Romeo and Mercutio, The Messenger of Death in Song of the Earth, The Chosen One in The Rite of Spring, title role in Orpheus; by Jerome Robbins incl: Requiem Canticles, In the Night, Dances at a Gathering; by Balanchine incl: The Four Temperaments, Violin Concerto, Agon, Apollo, The Prodigal Son, Bugaku, Serenade; others incl: The Boy with Matted Hair in Tudor's Shadowplay, title role in Robert Helpmann's Hamlet, Jean de Brienne in Rudolf Nureyev's Raymonda Act III, created role of Ariel in Rudolph Nureyev's The Tempest
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