Canberra dancer wins female choreographic residency
Sydney Opera House, The Australian Ballet and Dance Australia join forces to bring women to centre stage.
RENT’s powerful message for now: love and hope, 25 years on
RENT is a distinctively 90s musical that has retained its relevance a quarter century later. Lenny Ann Low discusses the latest incarnation of the cult musical with its just-announced cast and crew.
Clyde Emmanuel Archer is dancing between worlds
The L-E-V Dance Company artist on redefining race in dance, and the ‘gaga technique’
John Bell in seven acts
To celebrate Bell Shakespeare's 30th anniversary we highlight seven of the best John Bell moments on stage with the Bard.
A history of tap dancing
Leaping off tabletops and singing penguins: moments in the dance's rich history.
Emerging female classical choreographic residency
Sydney Opera House, The Australian Ballet and Dance Australia join forces to bring women to centre stage for a second year
Wayne McGregor speaks body language
Not only is McGregor the first resident choreographer of London’s Royal Ballet with a contemporary dance background, but he may well be the first to be recognised by the British Science Association.
Dancing to de-feet Parkinson’s
There’s still a lot that's unknown about Parkinson’s disease. But as research progresses, dance stands out as a form of exercise helping to control symptoms and giving strength to those living with the condition.
A tough nut to crack
How The Nutcracker cracked its way into the ultimate Christmas tradition.
Ghenoa Gela's powerful, political dance
The Torres Strait Mainlander breaks the stereotypes of dance.
Female choreographers to centre stage in new residency
Sydney Opera House, The Australian Ballet and Dance Australia join forces for a new choreographic initiative for women.
Cheat Sheet: The Australian Ballet's Sylvia
Meet Sylvia—she's a legend.
It’s hip to be scared: The terrifying timeliness of American Psycho
How does American Psycho, one of the most controversial books of the 20th century, hold up in an era defined by Trump and #MeToo? And what can we expect from the upcoming musical adaptatio?
Graeme Murphy is ballet’s fearless leader
Ten classic works reimagined by the dancer & choreographer. First published by The Australian Ballet.