Artists

When Ashley Wallen left Australia to “give London a go” at age 24, he only planned to go for six months to “see what happened”. Fifteen years on he has the most incredible body of choreographic work to his credit, including the award winning movie, 'The Greatest Showman'.

West Australian Ballet's Christopher Hill is choreographing a new work for the company’s June “Genesis” season.

In a relatively short space of time young dancer Josh Green has burst onto the international ballet competition scene, writes Catherine Paine.

Simon Hoy has been busy since leaving his post as artistic director and resident choreographer of Melbourne Ballet Company.

Photographer Jon Green talks to Nina Levy about his fascination with capturing the essence of movement.

Denise Richardson talks to the Queensland Ballet’s stunning principal dancers, Yanela Piñera and Camilo Ramos, about their emotional journey from Cuba.

What’s it like both working and living with your partner, especially your creative partner?

James Barry is the co-founder and artistic director of hip hop company, Phly Crew.

Australian choreographer Melanie Lane has just won the Keir Choreographic Award. We published this article about her in July last year.

If you haven’t picked up your copy of the February/March edition of 'Dance Australia', make sure you get in before they all sell out so that you don’t miss out on our gorgeous photo gallery.

Karen van Ulzen spoke to Belgian choreographer Damien Jalet on the eve of his visit to Australia for the Perth Festival.

Simon Thew is the assistant conductor for The Australian Ballet.

Maggie Tonkin meets the admirable pair behind Adelaide’s thriving arts enterprise.

Sally Clark caught up with Hilton Denis ahead of the Sydney season of ‘Limbo Unhinged’.

We found a passionate advocate for dance when we interviewed Felicity Bott, artistic director of Tasdance.