Reviews

Irina Kuzminsky reviews Lord of the Flies.

Nina Levy reviews new book Dancer Wellness.

Grayson Millwood and Gavin Webber display their customary finely-pitched humour in 'Franken Stein', writes Denise Richardson.

Susan Bendall reviews Mariaa Randall's Divercity and the Farm's Cockfight.

Neil Armfield and Rachel Healey’s first Adelaide Festival of Arts has been a triumph, writes Maggie Tonkin.

A powerful start to the season: Denise Richardson reviews Queensland Ballet.

"Very athletic animals": Irina Kuzminsky reviews the Australian Ballet's 'Faster'.

Susan Bendall reviews Lucy Guerin's 'Split' and Chunky Move's 'Anti-Gravity'.

Geraldine Higginson reviews Melbourne Ballet Company's "Being and Time".

. . . a very satisfying evening of contemporary dance, writes Denise Richardson.

'Michelle Ryan’s artistic vision for the company to become a force in mainstream theatre.'

'Betroffenheit' is a meticulously crafted and staged, intensely honest, penetrating exposition of the state of Young’s fragile mind as he faced horror, despair and a haunting sense of guilt.

Susan Bendall reviews two programs from Asia TOPA.

National Ballet of China - stuck in its dubious past?

Exploring what it is to be human - Denise Richardson reviews Queensland Ballet's "Bespoke" program.