HEX

What does the AIDS crisis mean to those born after 1981? Catch the ambitious dance theatre work HEX – a compelling reflection on AIDS, activism, sex, and disco at Sydney’s PACT and Canberra’s Street The...

Get ready for Dance Massive 2015

The 2015 Dance Massive program has been revealed featuring 19 productions – 14 of which are world premieres – from some of Australia’s finest contemporary dancers and choreographers. Chunky Move, Lucy Guerin Inc, Phillip...

Australian Dance’s Night of Nights

The who’s who of Australian dance gathered at the Sydney Opera House on Sunday 9 November to attend the gala awards ceremony for the 2014 Australian Dance Awards. Hosted by Frances Rings and Kip Gamblin it was a night to...

The Crack Up: Transmedia Dance Performance

In 1936, Esquire Magazine published American author F. Scott Fitzgerald’s essay The Crack-Up – a loose-form story of a man losing his grip on reality. Led by director and choreographer Kim Vincs and a team of...

Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake

Firmly crowned as a modern day classic, Matthew Bourne’s powerful, provocative interpretation of Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake turned tradition upside down and took the dance world by storm, dazzling audiences in the West End ...

The Australian Ballet lands in the USA

The Australian Ballet has departed local shores and has arrived in California, USA for the West Coast premiere of its most successful work, Graeme Murphy’s Swan Lake. The company has returned to Los Angeles for the first...