This triple bill to celebrate the company's 30th anniversary includes past Bangarra works and Stamping Ground by Jiří Kylián.
International theatrical phenomenon Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and Belvoir's Counting and Cracking lead the way with eight nominations each.
The Australian World Orchestra’s CEO and co-founder Gabrielle Thompson was also honoured this year.
A concert that signals the continuing blossoming and expansion of youthful music-making in Brisbane.
The former dancer will leave at the end of 2020 after two decades as Artistic Director, while Frances Rings becomes Associate AD at Bangarra.
George Balanchine changed the face of Western ballet. We talk to the Bolshoi’s Artistic Director Makhar Vaziev and two of his rising stars about how the world famous company has belatedly embraced the “lost son” of Russian ballet, as they perform Jewels in Brisbane.
Queensland Ballet delivers an array of light and shade in a masterful display.
This three-hander about the infamous colour bar in several WA settlements is one of the company's best.
The Australian Ballet shines in work old and new, plus a sassy Mao-inspired world premiere.
Expressions Dance Company serves up a second helping of this award-winning work by former AD Natalie Weir.
Thanks to the dancing, this production is worth seeing, despite Greg Horsman’s cliché-ridden story-telling.
Amy Hollingsworth, the new Artistic Director of Expressions Dance Company, launches her first season.
Ako Kondo seems to float through the air in a divine performance as Giselle.