The Royal Ballet principal talks about The Nutcracker, which about to screen in Australian cinemas, Taylor Swift and Cats, and the frustration of COVID.
Former ballerina Mary Li has written a memoir as a sequel to her husband's – a lively, compelling read which covers her career and the journey of their daughter Sophie who was born deaf.
The company's official tour photographer Lisa Tomasetti has released a book of her striking photographs of the dancers in costume in various cityscapes.
An early Christmas miracle sees Queensland end the year with full capacity theatres and an unexpected taste of The Nutcracker’s family tradition.
Incoming Artistic Director David Hallberg has launched a program that includes three full-length ballets, two contemporary mixed bills, and a gala.
Four very different works by Jesse Scales, Chloe Leong, Joel Bray and Raghav Handa make for an absorbing evening.
Known for his solo works, the Melbourne dance maker is creating a new piece for Sydney Dance Company inspired by the murmuration of birds, to music by Brenda Gifford.
The company outshone itself in recreating 11 captivating vignettes.
Originally scheduled for 2020, Impermanence, created to a new score by Bryce Dessner, will premiere, while the acclaimed ab [intra] will return.
The entirely WA program takes the river as its theme and includes a range of new work, with a strong Noongar component.
Queensland Ballet breaks the dance drought with a magical night under the stars.
The program includes three classic ballets, an excerpt from Graeme Murphy's Air and Other Invisible Forces, and a new contemporary piece by Melanie Lane.
COVID has dashed our Season Preview Guide but 2021 launches are underway.