Dance Australia > October/November 2011
Inside this issue:
IS BALLET DYING?
Has the 21st century spelt the end of the classical dance form?
AWAY WITH THE TWEETS
Two local choreographers take centre stage at this year’s Melbourne Festival.
CAPTURING THE CREATIVE PROCESS
Intimate photos of Sydney Dance Company rehearsing for its latest production, ‘The Land of Yes and the Land of No’.
A DOUBLE CELEBRATION
The Australian Ballet’s queen principle dancer, Lucinda Dunn, reflects on her 20 years with the company.
THE ROAD TO CAMELOT
Denise Richardson goes behind the scenes at the Queensland Ballet to watch a new ballet taking shape.
Meet two dancers who have come a long way to dance in Australia.
A look at the latest in pointe shoe design.
Choreographer Kelly Aykers is choreographing the new Australian production of ‘Annie’.
Building lean muscles.
Winning isn’t everything: How to get the most out of eisteddfods Technique triumphs: Contestants in this year’s McDonald Ballet Scholarship lacked knowledge of their artform.
Greg Horsman, ballet master at the Royal New Zealand Ballet.
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