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A beautiful nugget of creativity, this performance was curated and adapted for a small audience in the reimagined cabaret-styled performance space.

How would you feel if you had to wear a mask to the theatre? If ushers wore hi-viz vests and cleaners were evident everywhere and you couldn’t treat yourself to a champagne? It doesn’t sound like a very glamorous experience, does it?

The Australasian Dance Collective's Youth Ensemble solo performances in 'Echo' are based on choreographic ideas written by its young members to each other in letters.

Force Majeure's special edition 'Intense Revive' will run November 2-7 for a limited number of selected participants from across Australia.

On Saturday 8 August NSW choreographers will dance their own new works that reflect how this year has been affecting, challenging and transforming.

'Capriccio' by by dancer and choreographer, François-Eloi Lavignac, is the first of the 2020 Bodytorque series, which has been specifically designed for the digital space.

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Kelly is presenting his dance work, 'Silence', in the Brisbane Festival this year.

Mia Heathcote is very used to being asked if she had any choice in her career. As the daughter of former dancers with the Australian Ballet, Kathy Reid and Steven Heathcote, it is assumed that her destiny was decided for her.

Australian Kiely Groenewegen is lapping up life in the Big Apple.

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How would you describe your relationship with your appetite? I talk about appetite a lot with dancers, mainly because it’s very often seen as something confusing, something to “overcome” or something with which we battle.

Ariana Mazzeo was once the only dancer in her audition group who was not called back for the next round. So she got back up and trained even harder.

Having acting skills and techniques adds an essential dimension of communication and expression to a dancer's art, writes Sally Clark.