The greatest voices of all time. Why women in the ballet industry are at a turning point. Charlie Chaplin's secret life. Andreas Ottensamer. Bach.
An exciting triple bill with two new works, and the exhilarating mainstage debut of Melanie Lane’s WOOF.
A seductive new ballet adapted from the literary classic, though its convoluted plot needs dramaturgical thinning.
A delightful, mischievous, intoxicating celebration of difference.
A deeply moving dance work about humanity’s decline.
A work that allows contemplation of ownership and belonging; of land and waterways.
Liam Scarlett is adapting the famous French novel Les Liasions Dangereuses.
An intricately composed dance work featuring an intelligent cast.
Hofesh Shechter’s apocalyptic dance work bound for Adelaide.
Meryl Tankard's remarkable solo work from 1988 has been remade in exquisite fashion with prima ballerina Natalia Osipova now starring.
The in-demand choreographer talks about becoming AD of Chunky Move and his new four-hour work for Dance Massive where two humans are trapped in a world of superseded objects.
William Christie's spirited revival of an antiquated artform proves there's life in Rameau's old dogs yet.
A dancer and a percussionist collaborate in an unusual duo, but the work still has more room to move.