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Following its successful premiere in Melbourne last year, the Australian Ballet School is taking its new ballet, Butterfly, to Sydney in June.
After its cancellation last year due to the pandemic, the Australian Youth Dance Festival is stepping out again this year in Melbourne and is calling for applications.
QL2 Dance, Canberra's youth dance ensemble, has bred many of Australia's prominent dance artists.
Following the disappointment of having to cancel its Brisbane season due to the floods, the Australasian Dance Collective has announced new dates for its season of Three 2.0.
Australian dancer Amelia Townsend only just joined the Royal Ballet three years ago, but recently she stepped into the shoes of principal ballerina Natalia Osipova.
Congratulations to Rina Nemoto and Lilly Maskery, winners of the Telstra Ballet Dancer Award 2022.
The Bolshoi Theatre has set up a "large-scale charity event Curtain Up" to support the Russian invasion of Ukraine,
WA Academy of Performing Arts' unique graduate company is taking to the stage to celebrate its anniversary.
Contemporary dance artists from across Australia are invited to submit expressions of interest for a funded residency.
The Jan/Feb/Mar issue is bursting with essential reading.
After a long wait, the Australian Ballet's DanceX, a festival designed to bring together the Australian dance community, has been revived, enlarged and announced for October this year.
Brisbane's Australasian Dance Collective is thrilled to be embarking on a tour through autumn and winter.
After a rambunctious, award-winning Australian premiere season in 2019, the West Australian Ballet is taking another trip down the rabbit hole and bringing back Septime Webre’s ALICE (in wonderland) to the stage.