Australian David Jonathan has just premiered a new ballet with Astana Ballet.

The book is both a companion to Li Cunxin’s international best-selling memoir, 'Mao’s Last Dancer', and a tale of the resilience and determination of an Aussie kid from a country town.

Because of the pandemic, many dance schools and companies have had to hold their classes on-line. In recognition of the difficult circumstances, for the first time ever OneMusic, the music copyright organisation, offered complimentary licence cover.

Watch Sprung!! Integrated Dance Theatre's latest production, 'O, How I Dreamt of Things Impossible', on Facebook Live on Saturday, 7 November.

Presenting the Australian and New Zealand dancers who have been accepted into Prix de Lausanne and won scholarships through the Youth America Grand Prix.

The Awards, presented online on Tuesday, 8 December, will span 2018 and 2019.

The company is looking for strong, highly skilled and thoughtful contemporary dancers for a one-year full-time contract.

'Firestarter – The Story of Bangarra' has already won a Feature Documentary Award and is being screened at film festivals across Australia before its theatre and ABC release.

Joel Bray and Chloe Leong take you behind the scenes as Sydney Dance Company prepares for its first performance this year, 'New Breed 2020'.

CLOSING SOON! A free double pass worth $218 is up for grabs and all you have to do is fill in your details to go into the draw.

Choreographer and filmmaker, Sue Healey, breaks new ground with her experimental work performed, shot and broadcast live from the rocky outcrops of Sydney’s coastline.

Free of Covid restrictions, The 69th year of Australia’s oldest ballet company is filled with live performances.

The Sydney Opera House will present its sixth annual Dance Rites festival online next month.

Gabrielle McClinton and Leslie Bell talk about the challenges and gifts that Pippin has placed in front of them.

The WA Academy of Performing is soon to get a brand new home in the heart of Perth.

An exquisite trailer for the Hong Kong Ballet's 2020/21 season makes the challenges of this year seem a little smaller.