Leah Howard talks to Sally Clark about a dance career spanning over 20 years and still going strong. Read more
We found a passionate advocate for dance when we interviewed Felicity Bott, artistic director of Tasdance.
Dedication has paid off for triple threats Samantha Leigh Dodemaide and Ash McCready, writes Sally Clark.
The number of female classical choreographers in Australia is very small. Karen van Ulzen finds out why.
What exactly can we dance about? Australian-born theatre director and choreographer Lloyd Newson has been asking this question since the early 1980s.
It's not too late to grab our Full-Time Studies Guide - packed with courses and information and FREE inside our August/September issue. Read this advice from Libby-Rose Niederer, a Jette Parker Young Artist with the Qld Ballet.
Noel Tovey, Australia's first male ballet dancer of Indigenous heritage, will be inducted into the Australian Dance Award's Hall of Fame in a presentation at the Australian Dance Awards on Sunday September 24 in Melbourne.
Helen Herbertson has been recognised by a Lifetime Achievement Award in the Australian Dance Awards.
Independent dancer Elle Evangelista reflects on the benefits of training close to home.
Australian choreographer Melanie Lane has teamed up again with electronic music producer and partner in life, Chris Clark, for the live show of 'Death Peak' - Clark’s latest album.
Talking to Amber Haines and Kyle Page about the work they make together.
'The Bodyguard' opens in Brisbane this week. Leading man Kip Gamblin talks to Sally Clark about his return to the stage and musical theatre debut.
There is no single term that encompasses what Janet Bridgman does. To describe her as a ballet teacher, ballet coach or Pilates instructor suggests that these are separate activities.
Australian Alexander Campbell tells Luke Forbes about the roles and responsibilities that come with being a principal dancer at the Royal Ballet.