Todd Dewberry found it was impossible not to be inspired by his full-time dance studies. Read more
This former Australian Ballet principal is in charge of a company in the US, writes Geraldine Higginson.
Meet Hofesh Shechter, whose 'Grand Finale' is a feature presentation at this year's Melbourne Festival.
For young Sydney dancer Kaya Weight (17), competing in the Alana Haines Australasia Awards in 2019 resulted in a sliding doors moment.
An interview with dancer and writer Irina Kuzminsky about her creative and performance practice, published as part of Dance Australia's 'Dancing at any age' series.
Former Australian Ballet principal Danielle Rowe is working up a fury in San Francisco.
Independent dance creator and performer Tobiah Booth-Remmers reflects on how his full-time training at Adelaide College of the Arts has influenced his professional practice.
Sharni Spencer, soloist at The Australian Ballet, reflects on her time as a full-time student at the New Zealand School of Dance, and how her training prepared her for life as a professional dancer.
As part of our 2020 Full-Time Studies Guide, we asked a number of graduates to describe their experience as full-time students. Romy Vuskan, a 2014 graduate of Jason Coleman’s Ministry of Dance, responds.
Australian dancer Liam Morris, a member of the Estonian National Ballet, reflects on his experiences as a full-time dance student.
The dance scene in the US is highly competitive, but this jazz dancer is lapping up every opportunity.
Matthew Hassall is usually in the orchestra pit, keeping pace with the dancers.
One of the featured works in the Queensland Ballet’s "Bespoke" season will be a premiere by Australian-born choreographer Loughlan Prior, who is the choreographer-in-residence at the Royal New Zealand Ballet.
Antony Hamilton springs into the room wearing his trademark knitted beanie. Today it's yellow, and matches his bright orange t-shirt, colours that fit in well with the orange and rust décor of the building . . .
Bangarra's present program is not only an innovative meeting of minds between two dance veterans from different parts of the world, but also a rekindling of a unique dancework, writes Karen van Ulzen.
Ahead of the premiere of her new work 'The Right', Katrina Rank tells Nina Levy all about her work with older dancers.