Dance Australia > June/July 2011
Inside this issue:
NEW DIRECTIONS AT NDT
Netherlands Dance Theatre is continuing to evolve after the departure of Jiri Kylian as artistic director.
IN SEARCH OF A CONTEMPORARY SYLLABUS
Contemporary dance is taught in secondary and tertiary schools, so where are the syllabuses in the genre?
Sharon Millerchip returns to a old role when she appears in ‘Love Never Dies’.
OUR MAN IN MUNICH
Australian Terence Kohler has forged a career as a choreographer at one of Europe’s best ballet companies.
NATIONAL DANCE QUALI FICATIONS
Friend or foe? How the new Australian system will affect YOU!
THE TECHNOLOGY DILEMMA
Dance has embraced computer technology – but is it an attraction or a distraction?
The ‘Queen of the Desert’ takes on Broadway.
Fad dieting makes you fat.
Little gems from our dance history.
What hands tell: The importance of expressive, well placed hands.
Competing at YAGP: A first hand account of the Youth America Grand Prix.
Music theatre performer and choreographer, James Maxfield.
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