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Dance Australia's New York correspondent Susan Reiter fills us in on what's happening in the Big Apple.

Australian Dance Theatre’s “Ignition” program is all about giving emerging and mid-career choreographers the opportunity to showcase their talents.

The Houston Ballet's beautiful new Romeo and Juliet will soon premiere Melbourne. Read our sneak preview!

If you’re a fan of the cult podcast “This American Life”, then Ira Glass will need no introduction.

The Imperial Russian Ballet Company is returning to Australia in 2016 with a production of The Nutcracker.

Congratulations to David Bioni-Odo, a student of the Aboriginal Centre for the Performing Arts (ACPA) who has been accepted in the Banff Centre’s Indigenous residence program in Canada.

On the Queen's Birthday long weekend, 165 aspiring ballet dancers from all over Australia as well as New Zealand converged at the Australian Ballet School in Melbourne.

Alan Brissenden chats to Lina Limosani.

West Australian Ballet’s (WAB) annual “Genesis” season is back this month.

Andy Dexterity has turned his hand to the world of Charles Schulz’s "Peanuts" for Hayes Theatre Company’s production of the musical You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown.

Registrations are open for “Sharp Short Dance” an annual dance festival for dancers and choreographers aged 21 and under.

Independent choreographer Raghav Handa will be presenting his latest work, Mens rea: The Shifter’s Intent in Cairns this June and Brisbane in July.

If you’re in Adelaide and love flamenco dance then you may already know that Australian flamenco group Bandaluzia will be performing as part of the Adelaide Festival Centre’s Guitar Festival this August.

The Houston Ballet is coming to Australia, and bringing Australian Rhys Kosakowski, a former Billy Elliot.

The futures of Ausdance National and the Australian Dance Awards are in doubt following the axing of funding by the Australia Council.