An earthquake, Napolean Bonaparte and a famous black American dancer. What brought these elements together?

What exactly can we dance about? Australian-born theatre director and choreographer Lloyd Newson has been asking this question since the early 1980s.

What it's like to be a dancer... and a mother!

Leah Howard talks to Sally Clark about a dance career spanning over 20 years and still going strong.

Award winning dancer and emerging choreographer Kristina Chan is a fighter, discovers Nina Levy.

Melbourne-based performance maker Nicola Gunn talks to Nina Levy about her work for Dance Massive.

Chris Herzfeld is an Adelaide based photographer and one of Australia's best-known dance photographers.

Until six months ago, Alice Lee Holland was firmly entrenched in dance.

Antony Hamilton's Meeting is one of four dance works that will play the 2017 Perth International Arts Festival.

Susan Bendall delves into the history of My Fair Lady and its first choreographer, Hanya Holm.

Luke Smiles is both a freelance dancer and a sound designer/composer.

In his thirteen years with the Australian Ballet, Kevin Jackson has taken stellar roles, including Albrecht opposite Madeleine Eastoe’s Giselle and Des Grieux in Kenneth Macmillan’s Manon.

Nina Levy chats to the winner of 2016 Keir Choreographic Award, Ghenoa Gela.

Life after dance: Rachel Crompton tells Nina Levy about the path that took her from the Moulin Rouge to Elixr Health Clubs.

Australian Danielle Muir is now dancing in Berlin, reports Luke Forbes.