Photo by Anthony Crickmay
Photo by Michael Avidon
At left, Wiseman is pictured in the front right in a photo of dancers with Les Grands Ballet Canadiens, where he was a soloist from 1963 to 1964.
He danced the role of The Drummer Boy in David Lichine's ballet "Graduation Ball". Between 1964 and 1967, he danced with such celebrated ballet companies as London Festival Ballet, Ballet Minerva (as principal), Festa Italiana, and Dublin Grand Opera (principal dancer and choreographer).

From 1967-69, Wiseman was a soloist with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet and toured with them extensively, including participation in the International Festival of Dance in Paris and on to Russia for a 3 week dance festival opening in Moscow, then Leningrad and finishing in Odessa. On the US Tour, following a performance of The Blue Skater in "Les Patineurs", a review appeared in the Miami Beach Herald that referred to Wiseman as follows: "Diminutive Morley Wiseman with his electrifying turns brought down the house last night in a blizzard of applause." At right is Wiseman pictured in the role of The Blue Skater.