STRUT Dance’s 2018 program offers opportunities for Australian independent dancers to work with renowned local and international dance artists. Read more
Dance Australia 2017 Critics' Survey: Most Interesting Australian Group or Artist “Radical, often outrageous and genre-defying physical theatre collective. . .
Eleven Australians are competing in this year’s prestigious Prix de Lausanne in Switzerland. You can watch the whole event via the competition’s live stream.
The Victorian State Ballet 2018 program begins in Sydney, with a short season of 'Le Corsaire' at the Concourse Theatre on March 17 and 18.
In the wake of the scandal surrounding Craig McLachlan in 'The Rocky Horror Show', his understudy, Adam Rennie, has stepped into the role of Frank N Furter.
The flurry of news began . . . with a report that the company, along with its affiliated School of American Ballet, had initiated an investigation in response to an anonymous letter accusing Martins of sexual harassment.
The Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) Australia held its first ever Boys Only! summer school over the weekend of January 5 and 6 in Adelaide. Sixty boys, aged seven to 17, took part in the event.
The third Keir Choreographic Award includes a public program of performances, workshops, conversations and lectures.
The winners of the Telstra Ballet Dancer of the Year and People's Choice awards were announced at the conclusion of the opening night of The Australian Ballet's Sydney season of 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'.
The Graduate College of Dance in Perth, Western Australia, is seeking applications for the position of director, commencing July 2018.
Returning for its first tour to Tasmania, Melbourne City Ballet is taking Christmas favourite 'The Nutcracker' to Darebin, Victoria, before heading to South Australia this December.
Applications are open for Chunky Move’s One Body, One Career Countertechnique Intensive, 2-13 July 2018.
New dance research has identified fatigue and overuse as major contributing factors to injury in Australia’s professional dancers.
The Gold Coast’s flagship dance theatre company The Farm is calling for dancers and dancemakers to join its second annual Bare Bones workshop festival.