Emerging and established artists across a range of disciplines have been given the resources to pursue and develop their careers.
Meanwhile, Jake Mangakahia secures the people’s vote a second time after his win in 2012.
One of the participants in SDC's choreographer development initiative tells us about his work, which uses music by Rachmaninov and Prokofiev.
Born into poverty in China, “Mao’s Last Dancer” – now AD of Queensland Ballet – describes his first contact with an unearthed Swan Lake.
Concerned that Jason and Elissa Blake's new online arts platform Audrey Journal is a conflict of interest, Fairfax Media has stopped using them as contributors.
Beautifully staged and danced, each of the three works has its moments but the choreography needs more of a dynamic.
Misty Copeland makes a highly anticipated role debut in a breathtakingly beautiful production.
The programme includes Jordi Savall, Jean-Efflam Bavouzet, Taipei’s U-Theatre and the Michael Clark Company.
A gorgeous picture book by David McAllister and Gabriela Tylesova, based on their production, is dancing into stores.
Next year’s centrepiece is a new work inspired by Bruce Pascoe’s award-winning book Dark Emu.
QB sprinkles the stage with magic in its revival of Trey McIntyre's ballet.
Highlights include Brett Dean’s Hamlet, a Shakespeare adaptation akin to House of Cards, and an immersive German Requiem.
★★★★½ A stunning, dreamlike exploration of gender combining dance, music and pasta.