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Madeleine Eastoe

"Effortlessly ethereal"

Daily Telegraph

A graduate of The Australian Ballet School, Perth-born Madeleine Eastoe joined the company in 1997 and danced many lead roles before being promoted to principal artist following her debut as Giselle in 2006. Madeleine has particularly enjoyed working one-on-one with choreographer Stephen Baynes to create the lead role in 2007's Constant Variants, and dancing with guest artists such as Angel Corella in La Fille mal gardée and Cédric Ygnace in Giselle. A career highlight was dancing Odette on the opening night of Graeme Murphy's Swan Lake in London, a role she reprised on the company's 2007 Japan tour and 2008 Paris and Manchester tours. Madeleine has also toured internationally with The Australian Ballet to China, Singapore, New Zealand and the USA.

Repertoire highlights

  • Manon in Sir Kenneth MacMillan's Manon, 2014
  • Cinderella in Alexei Ratmansky's Cinderella, 2013
  • Odette/Odile in Stephen Baynes' Swan Lake, 2012
  • Clara in Peter Wright's The Nutcracker 2007
  • Kitri in Don Quixote 2013, 2007
  • Constant Variants 2007
  • Giselle 2006
  • La Sylphide 2013, 2005
  • Odette in Graeme Murphy's Swan Lake 2005
  • Lise in La Fille mal gardée 2004
  • Juliet in Romeo and Juliet 2003
  • Clara in Graeme Murphy's Nutcracker - The Story of Clara 2000


  • Telstra People's Choice Award 2006
  • Green Room Award 2005
  • Helpmann Award nomination 2003

You may not know ...

Madeleine is a big fan of Roger Federer.



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