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.
A high-tech movement and sound installation that prioritises form over substance.
On the eve of a new ballet, we ask why Tolstoy’s novel still inspires so many adaptations.
We look at Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina and why it has inspired so many adaptations, composing women past, present and future, and the piano works of an overlooked Australian composer lost and found.
Tour-de-force dance-theatre makeover of Australia's first woman PM is a must-see.
This staging of Giselle by Aurélien Scannella and Sandy Delasalle hits new heights.
Steve Dow looks at what the 2021-22 Federal Budget has in store for the arts industry after the horror year of the COVID-19 pandemic.
After 15 long months the renowned choreographer's work returns to the stage thanks to Australasian Dance Collective, with an early piece whose purpose is to intrigue.
Deborah Cheetham and David McAllister will both receive a 2020 JC Williamson Award today, while Jill Smith and Ann Tonks share the Sue Nattrass Award.
Hamed Sadeghi and Steven Oliver discuss their performances in the latest UnWrapped program, which includes First Nations cabaret, contemporary dance, Iranian-influenced jazz, Irish-Danish folk and innovative digital performance.
Composer Emma Greenhill will work with the winning choreographer on a new dance work set to premiere in 2022.
A worthy retelling of Camille Claudel's story, which at last portrays her as a very real and normal woman.
This extraordinarily courageous work from Liz Lea suggests that no dance style is beyond being looked at creatively.