Reviews

Another impressive program from the OzAsia Festival, reports Maggie Tonkin.

Denise Richardson reviews 'Under Siege' at the Brisbane Festival.

'Self' brings together the talents of several exceptionally talented young men, writes Karen van Ulzen.

'The Zone' is the strongest work Co3 has produced to date, writes Margaret Mercer.

There is always a sense of enormous excitement around the Australian Ballet School’s annual showcase, writes Susan Bendall.

Irina Kuzminsky reviews The Australian Ballet's 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.

Margaret Mercer reviews West Australian Ballet's 'The Great Gatsby'.

In the field of dance theatre, Teac Damsa’s production of Swan Lake/Loch na hEala is up there with the best, writes Geraldine Higginson.

Plenty to enjoy: Irina Kuzminsky reviews the Australian Ballet's 'Symphony in C'.

'A witty and exploratory composition.' Susan Bendall reviews Stephanie Lake's 'Pile of Bones.'

Susan Bendall reviews Dancebourne's 'Godai'.

Susan Bendall reviews Victorian State Ballet's 'Cinderella'.

Denise Richardson reviews the Queensland Ballet's 1950s version of 'La Fille mal gardee'.

'An audacious work': Susan Bendall reviews ADT's first Melbourne season in four years.

'Entertaining and thought-provoking'. Maggi Tonkin review's Gabrielle Nankivell's 'Split Second Heroes'.