The West Australian Ballet’s triple bill State is a program of wit, humour, inventiveness, beauty, first-rate choreographic drive and passion, and sheer entertainment.
Acclaimed choreographer Alice Topp and lighting designer Jon Buswell have launched a new dance collective for independent artists called Project Animo.
Life on edge is front and centre in Patricia Cornelius' latest play RUNT.
The winners of this year’s Performing Arts WA Awards include Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company’s Hecate, Black Swan’s Oklahoma!, and WA Opera's Così Fan Tutte.
David McAllister has received a Companion of the Order of Australia. Others recognised include Brett Weymark, John Kotzas, Peter Carroll, Linsey Pollak, Leah Purcell, Jonathan Biggins and Chris Hemsworth.
Combining contemporary and traditional dance, Bangarra's first full-length work in three years is stunning on every level.
The new entrants mark the first time an organisation from the Northern Territory and regional organisations from Queensland, Western Australia and Victoria have been included in the NPAP Framework.
Lucette Aldous, one of Australia’s few internationally acclaimed ballerinas, has died peacefully at the age of 82.
Queensland Ballet overcomes the dreamy romantic classic's testing sharp edge.
The new initiative to nurture aspiring choreographers has a cash prize of $10,000. The winner will also create a new work for The Australian Ballet's 2022 Bodytorque program.
The Little Prince is so ingenious in conception and seemingly effortless in execution, it will continue to glow inside audience members who see it.
Angela Goh extends her 2020 Keir Choreographic Award-winning solo and makes another winner.
The unnaturally long and testing gestation of Australasian Dance Collective’s world premiere season Three forms a frame that echoes the triple bill’s ever-timely themes.