Angela Goh takes home the big prize, with Amrita Hepi winning the Audience Choice Award for a second time.
An uneven program of contemporary ballets from established and emerging choreographers.
A dancer with Queensland Ballet in the 1960s, Lee Christofis traces the company’s history.
Australia’s biggest choreographic competition remains a hotbed of experimentation.
Three leading female choreographers take on Beethoven’s Grand Fugue to thrilling effect.
It was all go as this year’s 60th anniversary festival got underway with a series of compelling, contentious, provocative and exciting productions.
The superstar American dancer, who is currently Resident Guest Artist at TAB, will take up the position – his first Artistic Directorship – next year.
The role the arts can play in the face of a climate crisis, exciting new collaborations between Indigenous composers and Western classical musicians, Natalie Aroyan, Stephen Sondheim and much more.
Graeme Murphy's new ballet is an imaginative feast for the eyes, igniting the senses, but it doesn't sustain emotional engagement.
An explosive double-bill from Perth’s own STRUT Dance.
Ireland’s Teaċ Daṁsa responds to natural forces, Celtic music and the classical canon.
Melbourne’s annual awards ceremony for the performing arts takes stock of 2019’s best and brightest.
Krzysztof Pastor discusses his work In Light and Shadow currently being performed in Ballet at the Quarry in Perth, and his popular ballet Dracula.