Artistic Director Li Cunxin proved the nay-sayers wrong when he instigated this annual event, writes Denise Richardson. Read more
Leila Lois reviews 'Lightscapes', one of the Royal New Zealand Ballet's 70th anniversary offerings.
The 2023 season of “STATE” provides a platform for two bold and unapologetic contemporary works, writes Alana Kildea.
Queensland Ballet’s triple bill is a program which offers something for different tastes, writes Denise Richardson.
Premiering in 1967 at the Lincoln Centre in New York, George Balanchine’s Jewels is, as the name suggests, a sparkling, shiny and exquisite défilé of classical ballet technique, writes Belle Beasley.
This is a period production, to Prokofiev's lushly romantic score, but one with contemporary choreographic flair, choreographed by Andrea Schermoly fresh from her residency with Louisville Ballet in the US.
Ballet can be and do many things, including be straight out entertainment, writes Michelle Potter of this program.
This ambitious production was six years in the making, writes Denise Richardson.
A thoughtful, nostalgic and visually striking program of two new works that explore themes of identity from different angles and complement each other well, writes Geraldine Higginson.
Exactly as the name suggests, this was a simple showcase of both classical ballet and Broadway charm, writes Alana Kildea.
The quintessential Romantic ballet, Giselle’s appeal is universal – a tale of love and betrayal, overlaid with a generous dose of the supernatural, with striking sets and costumes, and the melodic Adolphe Adam score, writes Denise Richardson.
The final week of FRAME – Australia’s new biennial dance festival – gave audiences everything from a three-hour gallery performance to an intimate Japanese cabaret.
Ten Days on the Island is celebrating its twentieth year. For her third and final festival, Artistic Director Lindy Hume has brought together an exciting mix of local, national and international dance artists.
'Revisor' shows why Pite is one of the most sought-after choreographers in the world today, writes Maggie Tonkin.
– The company is dancing with strength and aplomb, and dancers of all ranks are showing great polish. –