Queensland Ballet Romeo & Juliet - Soloist Mia Heathcote - photo by David Kelly

Romeo and Juliet

Within the literary genre, William Shakespeare’s capacity for complexity of plot plus characterisation via dialogical detail is unsurpassed. The translation of a famed bardic play into ballet is a dramaturgical and...
I Hunger for you - photo by Jim Coleman

I hunger for you

Former dancer for the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Kimberly Bartosik, brings her impulsive and impactful work, I hunger for you, to Australia for the very first time on Friday 23 August as part of Supersense: Festival...
QL2 Dance presents Filling the Space - photo by Lorna Sim

Filling the Space

Over the years, QL2 Dance, under the guidance of Artistic Director, Ruth Osborne, has become a leader in youth dance with its unique focus on developing dance-makers rather than dancers. Each year dancers from all over A...
Blood on the Dancefloor photo by Dorine Blaise

Blood on the Dance Floor

An unapologetic, passionate and visceral narrative that traverses time, space and characters, Blood on the Dance Floor explores the legacies and memories of bloodlines, our need for community, and what blood actually mea...
100 Years of Dance Joseph Simons

100 Years of the History of Dance

Bursting at the seams with fascinating facts, naughty stories and dance moves to die for, 100 Years Of The History Of Dance As Told By One Man In 60 Minutes With An Energetic Group Finale will be presented at the Brisban...