Watch Principal Artist Lucy Green in conversation with Emma Sandall about returning to the stage after lockdown.

Three Australians are among five finalists to have been chosen for the Prix de Lausanne’s Young Creation Award.

The lucky winner was chosen from more than 60 entries.

We have a fantastic Yuletide discount on subscriptions (print and digital) – at $31 for one year (four issues) it’s so cheap you could buy one for yourself as well as another dance fan you know.

Shaun Parker has won Best Director at the Sweden Film Awards for his work on the music video, 'Tomorrow'.

Melbourne company Chunky Move has announced that Joel Bray is to become its inaugural choreographer in residence.

And what better way to start the year than with a gala! Although now, technically, in its 61st year, the Qld Ballet will hold its 60th Anniversary Gala in 2021, with highlights from its repertoire.

Despite the challenges of 2020, Sydney Dance Company’s Pre-Professional Year students delivered a sterling graduation performance at Carriageworks.

This year's presentation of the Australian Dance Awards celebrated not one but two years of outstanding dance achievement.

The Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) has discovered some never-before-seen footage of former President and famed ballerina Dame Margot Fonteyn.

Tim Omaji, popularly known as Timomatic, and Robert Tripolino will join the cast in the brand new Australian production of Rent, which is being presented at the Sydney Opera House.

Just in time for summer holidays bingeing, Netflix is releasing a new series based at a dance school, called Tiny Pretty Things.

The Australian Dance Awards have had a few challenges of late, but the organisers were not going to let a little thing like a pandemic stop the celebrations.

How do you plan a festival in a pandemic?” That's the question Rachel Healy and Neil Armfield, co-directors of the Adelaide Festival, have been asking themselves all year.

What does the new artistic director of the Australian Ballet have up his sleeve for 2021? Karen van Ulzen finds out.

Snowflakes for a Perth Christmas! Isabelle Leclezio reviews this iconic ballet.