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Registrations are now open for DirtyFeet’s "The Right Foot" -- creative dance workshops for people with and without disability.

DirtyFeet will present its “Out of the Studio” program at Shopfront Arts, Carlton NSW, June 30 and July 1, featuring work by Matt Cornell and Thomas E.S. Kelly.

Congratulations to the winners of the WA's RAD Festival of Dance.

Registrations are now open for the Sydney Opera House’s national Indigenous dance competition Dance Rites.

On the eve of the Royal Ballet's Australian visit, Shakespeare expert Alan Brissenden writes on the fruitful collaboration between the Bard and the ballet.

If you’re an aspiring choreographer or dancer and you’re under 21, FORM Dance Project’s annual Sharp Short Dance is geared to you.

A number of prominent people in the performing arts world have been honoured in the 2017 Queen's Birthday honours list.

The National Theatre Ballet School will present its "Winter Gala of Dance" at the National Theatre, St Kilda, Melbourne, in July.

Melbourne's Dancehouse will present a new work, '(re)PURPOSE: the MVMNT', by Housemate artist-in-residence Natalie Abbott, in July.

WAAPA’s musical theatre students will be performing the much-loved Broadway musical comedy 42nd Street at Subiaco’s Regal Theatre this June.

“In Situ”, an annual season of original site-specific works from WA independent artists, will be presented at St George’s Cathedral in 2017.

Sydneysiders can catch Melbourne Ballet Company at the Concourse, Chatswood, when the company performs Simon Hoy’s Archè at the end of June.

Australia's oldest ballet company celebrates an eighty year history this year, writes Michelle Dursun.

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There is a growing body of evidence strongly validating the importance of dance in the maintenance of our well-being – physically, cognitively and socially.