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.

Looking for some summer holiday entertainment in Melbourne this January?

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.

Attention dancers ages 10-21 years… you can apply now to be part of 'Grease – The Arena Experience' in Brisbane!

International and Australian collaborations characterise Expressions Dance Company’s 2018 season.

The 10th annual Sharp Short Dance festival presented by FORM Dance Projects declared its 2017 award winners at an exciting final event held at Riverside Theatres on Saturday 18 November.

The December 2017/January 2018 issue is OUT and full to the brim with wonderful reading for you to enjoy. Our cover story takes you behind the scenes of the Australian Ballet's magical, phantasmagorical 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'. . .

The centrepiece of Bangarra Dance Theatre’s 2018 season is a major new dance work, 'Dark Emu', inspired by Bruce Pascoe’s award-winning book of the same name.

The artistic director of the perth Festival, Wendy Martin, is a declared dance lover, and her extensive line-up of dance events at the 2018 are testament to her passion.

Never-before-seen interviews, performance footage and personal artefacts will be revealed in Museum of Brisbane exclusive: 'Mao's Last Dancer the exhibition: A portrait of Li Cunxin', opening this summer.

NAISDA Dance College will finish up its 40th anniversary year at Carriageworks with 'Restoration', directed by NAISDA’s Head of Creative Studies, Frances Rings.

LINK Dance Company’s final performance in Perth for 2017, 'Im Spiegel', will take place at WAAPA’s new Spiegeltent, The Edith.

The founders and directors of KAGE, Kate Denborough and Gerard Van Dyck, have announced that the dance theatre company will be closing after its next production, 'Caught in the Middle'.