Reviews

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.

"A spectacular finale." Margaret Mercer reviews West Australian Ballet's "Quarry" program.

Geraldine Higginson reviews Sydney Festival shows Champions, Blood on the Dance Floor and Inheritor Album.

Elle Evangelista reviews two works from Sydney Festival, Dancenorth's Spectra and Sydney Dance Company's Nude Live.

"Poignant, wry and laugh-out-loud funny." Geraldine Higginson reviews Ladies in Black.