Reviews

A monumental new work - Maggie Tonkin reviews ADT's 'The Beginning of Nature'.

What is the Ziegler sisters experience really like? Olivia Stewart finds out.

Irina Kuzminsky reviews The Australian Ballet's 'Verve'.

Bold and thought-provoking: Geraldine Higginson reviews Bangarra's 'Dark Emu'.

Variety is a spice to savour: Olivia Stewart reviews EDC's '4Seasons'.

An uneven pairing, writes Denise Richardson.

Just last year, people were paying hundreds of dollars to see Mara Galeazzi perform with the Royal Ballet in Brisbane. Just last weekend, she was performing again, at much lower prices, as one half of M&T in Motion . . .

A powerful and moving work: Geraldine Higginson review's Sydney Dance Company's 'ab [intra]'.

An excellent opening night performance: Margaret Mercer reviews West Australian Ballet's 'La Sylphide'.

Denise Richardson reviews the Cuban ballet extravaganza.

'As light and sparkling as a bottle of Dom Perignon,' writes Geraldine Higginson.

Stripping away artifice: Susan Bendall reviews Chunky Move's 'Common Ground'.

'An amalgam of whimsy, beauty and profundity.' Olivia Stewart reviews Force Majeure's 'Flock'.

'Mountain' is the second instalment in a trilogy of works that deals broadly with climate change, writes Geraldine Higginson.

Margaret Mercer reviews The Farm and Co3's 'Frank Enstein'.