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How would you feel if you had to wear a mask to the theatre? If ushers wore hi-viz vests and cleaners were evident everywhere and you couldn’t treat yourself to a champagne? It doesn’t sound like a very glamorous experience, does it?

The Australasian Dance Collective's Youth Ensemble solo performances in 'Echo' are based on choreographic ideas written by its young members to each other in letters.

Force Majeure's special edition 'Intense Revive' will run November 2-7 for a limited number of selected participants from across Australia.

On Saturday 8 August NSW choreographers will dance their own new works that reflect how this year has been affecting, challenging and transforming.

'Capriccio' by by dancer and choreographer, François-Eloi Lavignac, is the first of the 2020 Bodytorque series, which has been specifically designed for the digital space.

Stretching is a standard part of a dancer’s exercise regime. But are there times when it shouldn’t be done?

Auditions for Sydney Dance Company's Pre-Professional Year program are being held on Zoom, 11 August and 23 August.

An example of ingenuity in the age of Covid by Australian, Stanton Welch, artistic director of Houston Ballet. Enjoy 'Divergence'.

Dancehouse and Arts House, are inviting the dance sector to a Town Hall meeting to discuss the March 2021 festival.

West Australian Ballet's Genesis LIVE in the West Australian Ballet Centre marks the first performance season to return in Australia.

Thomas E.S Kelly, Silence, Circa's Leviathan and The Farm's Throttle are among the dance performances to be featured at this year's Brisbane Festival.

Beloved teacher, Athol Willoughby, died on Sunday July 19. Michelle Potter has honoured him with an obituary.

David McAllister's whole life has been the Australian Ballet. Now, after having decided to step down, he has written his farewell autobiography, called 'Soar, a life freed by dance'.

Karma Dance, Joel Bray and Jonathan Homsey will begin their two-week residencies in July before their works are presented at Melbourne Fringe 2020 in November.

On 3 July, the RNZB will become one of the first ballet companies in the world to return to the stage with an audience following Covid lockdowns.

Make a black bird for The Bird Makers Project. It might become part of the flock used in the set of Raewyn Hill's new work.