Profiles of professionals in Australia dance.
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A career of diversity: Penelope Mullen
04 Jun 2013
Penelope Mullen, Head of the Dance Department at the Aboriginal Centre for Performing Arts (ACPA), chats to Nina Levy ahead of her next season, Blaque Bordello.
Lapping up the challenges
11 May 2013
Antonia Hewitt was born in Wellington, New Zealand, before moving to Canberra when she was a baby. Growing up, she wanted to be a farmer or an actor, but eventually it was ballet that stole her heart.
Dancers without borders: Ashley Wright
06 May 2013
Born in Sydney, Ashley studied at Wendy Gibbs School of Ballet, learning classical, jazz, contemporary and tap, before moving to Melbourne at age 13 to finish her training at The Australian Ballet School.
Hao Bin and Meng Ningning
17 Apr 2013
Queensland Ballet principals Hao Bin and Meng Ningning had just given their final performance for 2011 of Swan Lake when I caught up with them in the Green Room at Queensland Performing Arts Centre.
25 Feb 2013
Chengwu Guo was just a child when he left his home to study dance. Now he is an audience favourite in Australia.
Dancers without borders: Tess Sturmann
13 Feb 2013
Four-year-old Tess Sturmann was tossing up between being a dolphin trainer, kindy teacher and ballerina as a career – the latter won out, and now she is an “aspirant” with Dutch National Ballet (Het Nationale Ballet).
You want to be the best
31 Jan 2013
Sally Clark catches up with a man with a passion for bringing out the best in his students.
Embracing the unknown
08 Jan 2013
Anouk van Dijk's memory of the first "real" dancer she saw still moves her tears. The newly appointed artistic director of Chunky Move is now a very cosmopolitan woman in her mid-40s whose career has spanned many countries.
Limelight - Kate Denborough & Gerard Van Dyck
01 Oct 2012
Melbourne dance-theatre company KAGE is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year. Limelight catches up with co-creative directors.
Limelight - Stijn Cellis
17 Sep 2012
Stijn Cellis has been invited to create a new work for Dancenorth in Townsville.
Tyrrell Katz Alarm Clock
Traditional bedside clock with clear numbers for learning to tell the time.
Impressive Brisbane Festival line-up
News on Gailene Stock
A winning combination
Aaron gets Royal treatment
The world at her feet
New Diploma of Dance (Elite Performance) at Brent St
Summer School proves boys want to dance
The dream comes close - Amy Hihata
Win a double pass to Finucane & Smith’s Glory Box: Paradise (Melbourne)
Win a double pass to Breathing Monster (Dancehouse Melbourne)
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