Expertise

Emma Sandall answers your questions about dance.

Agents can be vital in helping a dancer's career, but what should you expect from them -- and what should they expect from you? Michelle Dursun finds out.

Planning your food intake is not about 'how much', but 'how often', explains dietitian Fiona Sutherland.

Matthew Lawrence is inspired by the bounding boys at the RAD's Project B.

What should you do if you suspect your child has sustained an injury in dance class? Read on for some useful advice from Ausdance.

It's easy to think of parallel and turnout as warring factions but their relationship is far more cordial than that, explains Susan Bendall.

The more I give away, the less that belongs to me, the more room I have for the next level of expression and creativity. Give it away!

Shocking claims of sexual harassment in the theatre world have made us all rethink our attitudes to how we conduct ourselves and with our colleagues. What are your rights?

Syllabus organisations have been keeping pace with the times since they were founded many years ago, writes Karen van Ulzen.

Nina Levy talks to the WA Academy of Performing Arts’s Molly Tipping to find out how you can develop your core stability and mobility.

Dancers have numerous exciting career options which can be considered from the very start of their training, writes Karen van Ulzen.

Nina Levy talks to the WA Academy of Performing Arts’s Molly Tipping to find out how you can develop your core stability and mobility.

What age should you leave school and begin full-time dance? Emma Sandall asks Lisa Pavane, director of the Australian Ballet School.

"Wayne McGregor has demonstrated how much of a waste it can be for mature artists simply to be put out to pasture as non-dancing kings, queens, eccentrics and crones.” – Judith Mackrell, 2015

There are many ways to stay in touch with dance, even if you're not dancing!