The choreographer tells us about reviving her famous solo work Two Feet with prima ballerina Natalia Osipova now starring.
WA Ballet’s annual season of contemporary short works offers interesting ideas but lacks sophistication.
A spectacle of visual design and unspoken storytelling.
An immersive dance-theatre work filled with drama and intrigue.
Louise Bezzina will mark her final festival as Artistic Director with a monumental performance of Verdi’s Requiem, a drive-in dance work, a ship that doubles as a musical instrument – and 180 fitness balls on the beach.
Emotional desolation conveyed by the dancers in an exhausting, relentless piece.
A compulsive piece of edgy dance, stunningly performed.
The dance company’s 30th anniversary season will see it embark on its most ambitious national tour yet.
Due to a medical issue, Graeme Murphy is unable to create his new ballet for this year’s Australian Ballet season.
The renowned Russian ballet company will perform Spartacus and Jewels at QPAC in June and July.
Israel’s L-E-V Dance Company is performing a double bill called Love Cycle at the Sydney Opera House. Sharon Eyal explains the shows and her company.
We reveal our 2018 Artists of the Year. Other features include The Magic Flute, Meryl Tankard's Two Feet and Australian Brandenburg Orchestra at 30.
Inside this issue: 2018 Artists of the Year, The Magic Flute, Meryl Tankard's Two Feet, Australian Brandenburg Orchestra at 30, Leonardo Da Vinci 500.