Combining contemporary and traditional dance, Bangarra's first full-length work in three years is stunning on every level.
Jansson J. Antmann
A scenographer trained in Prague, Jansson J Antmann’s design work includes Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Tell Me On a Sunday in Sydney, Czech Republic and Slovakia. In Europe he was Editor-in-Chief at Lavie magazine. He is publicist for Sydney’s Darlinghurst Theatre Co.
Articles by Jansson J. Antmann
The Little Prince is so ingenious in conception and seemingly effortless in execution, it will continue to glow inside audience members who see it.
Directing Pinchgut Opera's first fully staged opera since the pandemic began, Mitchell Butel draws parallels between baroque opera and jazz.
A worthy retelling of Camille Claudel's story, which at last portrays her as a very real and normal woman.
Another brilliant night at the ballet, with work by Petipa, Balanchine and Forsythe, confirms that The Australian Ballet's new Artistic Director, David Hallberg, has definitely arrived.
The Australian Ballet returns triumphant with a fresh take on 20th-century canon.
The Adelaide-based contemporary circus troupe takes a bold leap forward with its latest, ambitious show.
An antipodean dream finally comes home.
Aurélien Scannella, Krzysztof Pastor and Lisa Pavane talk to Jansson J. Antmann about the impact of COVID on the ballet world.
Jansson J. Antmann, Steve Dow, Deborah Jones and Ian Whitney analyse this year’s offerings in theatres and concert halls.
Sexual freedom and the subconscious in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Daniel Assetta, Ayla Beaufils, Tim Draxl, Albert Mwangi and Sean Sinclair discuss performing in empty theatres during COVID-19 and how it's made them value live audiences more than ever.
The Slovakian tenor discusses returning to the stage post-COVID, why singing Mozart is like servicing your car, his commitment to Slavic music, and his love for his dog Mia.