Australia feels like two nations at the moment. Most parts are emerging from lockdown, with dance schools and companies returning to the studio and the stage. And then there’s Victoria, in a second lockdown for the year. Read more
The ballet will also be available in more conventionally social-distancing, live-streamed performances for audiences not in New York.
West Australian Ballet’s 2020 season of Dracula is going ahead as planned.
Until the scourge of Covid-19 is eliminated, the cost of producing large theatrical performances will be so enormous that many are unlikely to go ahead. What can we do?
Locreado Dance Company will present Loredo Malcolm's contemporary piece, 'Pause', in Sydney on Friday, 18 September.
Mariaa Randall, Luke George, Priya Srinivasan and Tam Nguyen will explore the potential of a dedicated contemporary dance festival in Melbourne.
Submissions are open for the inaugural IDFFA Schools Festival, a platform for secondary dance schools and students to explore their creativity in film.
Carmen Pavlovic, CEO of Global Creatures, would have been getting ready to launch 'Moulin Rouge' in Melbourne about now if it weren't for the pandemic.
Auditions have tended to follow a tried-and-true formula that involves having a lot of people in one space at one time and moving very quickly through the process. Auditions have begun again in Australia though...
Australian Dance Theatre's virtual performance, 'The World’s Smallest Stage', will become a live performance at The Odeon in October.
Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, 'Pippin', will reopen the Sydney Lyric Theatre at The Star in Sydney on November 24.
Shaun Parker's 'In The Zone' will mark the tenth anniversary of his company, Shaun Parker & Company, and introduces an idea that fuses gaming tech with dance.
San Francisco Ballet’s new dance film, 'Dance of Dreams', has the whole of San Francisco as its stage.
The Farm's Michael Smith brings his quirky, humour-rich interactive performance, 'Cowboy' to this year's Brisbane Festival.
A beautiful nugget of creativity, this performance was curated and adapted for a small audience in the reimagined cabaret-styled performance space.
How would you feel if you had to wear a mask to the theatre? If ushers wore hi-viz vests and cleaners were evident everywhere and you couldn’t treat yourself to a champagne? It doesn’t sound like a very glamorous experience, does it?
The Australasian Dance Collective's Youth Ensemble solo performances in 'Echo' are based on choreographic ideas written by its young members to each other in letters.