Judith Neilson’s new cultural centre is kicking off 2021 with a site-specific work from choreographer Rafael Bonachela and Sydney Dance Company, with plenty more to come.
Mary Li’s memoir is a splendid companion piece to that by her husband, Li Cunxin.
Aurélien Scannella, Krzysztof Pastor and Lisa Pavane talk to Jansson J. Antmann about the impact of COVID on the ballet world.
Inspired by Vivaldi's Four Seasons, there are some lovely visual and musical effects, but the production doesn't get to grips in real depth with the issues promised.
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Jansson J. Antmann, Steve Dow, Deborah Jones and Ian Whitney analyse this year’s offerings in theatres and concert halls.
Are story ballets naff? asks Jill Brown
Sexual freedom and the subconscious in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Find out what's on stage – and streaming online – in January & February from Limelight editors Jo Litson, Angus McPherson and Clive Paget.
David Hallberg talks to Deborah Jones about his plans for The Australian Ballet, about holding the audience’s hand when presenting unfamiliar choreography, and about keeping the spark in classical ballet alive.
The Royal Ballet principal talks about The Nutcracker, which about to screen in Australian cinemas, Taylor Swift and Cats, and the frustration of COVID.
Former ballerina Mary Li has written a memoir as a sequel to her husband's – a lively, compelling read which covers her career and the journey of their daughter Sophie who was born deaf.
The company's official tour photographer Lisa Tomasetti has released a book of her striking photographs of the dancers in costume in various cityscapes.