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Graeme Murphy’s ‘Gum-Nutcracker’ celebrates the very history of ballet in Australia.
The SDC rising star discusses small towns, his inspiring Pre-Professional Year and how to handle boobs in your face.
The composer speaks to Clive Paget about his new album of music for Wayne Mcgregor's ballet Woolf Works.
Never Tilt Your Chair comments musically on the labyrinth of rules regulating the use of cutlery at the table.
The renowned British choreographer and director talks about his stage adaption of William Golding's savage novel.
Newly commissioned works by Bakrnčev, Barton and Wolf will form the centre-piece of Maddilyn Goodwin’s interdisciplinary project.
The British choreographer and new Artistic Associate at Queensland Ballet seems a real Dream.
Jonathon Young and Crystal Pite plumb the state of shock that follows tragedy in Betroffenheit.
Artist Director Rafael Bonachela discusses body image and the endless challenge of choreographing the nude.
Beneath the sunny façade, David McAllister discovers a tale of broken dreams.