Deborah Cheetham and David McAllister will both receive a 2020 JC Williamson Award today, while Jill Smith and Ann Tonks share the Sue Nattrass Award.
Hamed Sadeghi and Steven Oliver discuss their performances in the latest UnWrapped program, which includes First Nations cabaret, contemporary dance, Iranian-influenced jazz, Irish-Danish folk and innovative digital performance.
Composer Emma Greenhill will work with the winning choreographer on a new dance work set to premiere in 2022.
A worthy retelling of Camille Claudel's story, which at last portrays her as a very real and normal woman.
This extraordinarily courageous work from Liz Lea suggests that no dance style is beyond being looked at creatively.
The former dancer and Artistic Director of The Australian Ballet was surprised at a gala lunch when he was presented with the prestigious Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Award.
Another brilliant night at the ballet, with work by Petipa, Balanchine and Forsythe, confirms that The Australian Ballet's new Artistic Director, David Hallberg, has definitely arrived.
Didgeridoo virtuoso William Barton is one of the eight recipients, winning the Don Banks Music Award in recognition of his exceptional and sustained contribution to music in Australia.
What is at stake for all of us in deciding which musical stories we tell?
What’s happening on stage this month? We’ve put together a list of the most exciting events taking place in May 2021.
Former dancers from Queensland Ballet express their sadness at the loss of Liam Scarlett, while Alexei Ratmansky writes on Facebook that Scarlett's knowledge he had no future as a choreographer "killed him".
One of Britain's most feted choreographers, until allegations of sexual misconduct brought his career to an abrupt end, has died at the age of 35.
Francesco Ventriglia makes an exciting entré into the Sydney dance scene with the world premiere of GRIMM by the newly formed Sydney Choreographic Ensemble.