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Applications are open for the Rob Guest Endowment Awards.

Choreographer Jo Lloyd has made a work about seeking connections with our idols.

This year’s Melbourne International Arts Festival has scored a dance coup – with two of the world’s biggest names in contemporary dance.

One of the most loved and celebrated musicals of all time, West Side Story, will take to the stages of Melbourne and Sydney in 2019 and submissions to audition are already being invited.

The August-September issue is a bumper issue, and not just because it contains our biggest FULL-TIME STUDIES GUIDE ever!

Since 1997 Tracks Dance Company in Darwin has produced an annual, original and full-length dance work. This year’s production is called 'In Your Blood' . . .

Of the 50 chosen candidates for this year's Genee, 20 are Australian - the largest number of dancers from a single country.

The Queensland Performing Arts Centre has revealed the names of some of the lead dancers, including international guest stars, who will be appearing with La Scala Ballet when it performs in Brisbane.

Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 Helpmann Awards.

Adam Wheeler is returning to his home state of Tasmania to take over the artistic reins at Tasdance.

From July 31 - August 20, 'Dance Australia' readers will have the chance to see a live recording of 'The Fairy’s Kiss' by legendary British choreographer Sir Kenneth MacMillan, performed by Scottish Ballet.

The West Australian Ballet has announced an innovative new collaboration.

Marrugeku, the resident company at Carriageworks in Sydney, will present a new intercultural production in August charged with political and cultural content.

Want to compete in a new contemporary dance prix? Read on.

Monica Bill Barnes and Company returns to Australia this July.