Emotive Julius Caesar story recreated through Contemporary Indigenous Dance

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Neville Williams Boney in 'Brutal' - Jopuka Productions

Jopuka Productions (the Central Coast’s regional youth theatre company) presents Brutal - a modern day reimagining of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. The production will mark Jopuka’s first foray in contemporary dance theatre. The Co-creators of the production are recent graduates of NAISDA Dance College (the national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performing arts college) Neville Williams Boney and Amy Flannery. It is set to be a highlight of Jopuka’s 2019 season. The season runs from 6-15 September.

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January

This special development program will provide a handful of selected young artists with a unique opportunity to gain experience training and working within a small professional dance company.

July

So successful has been the premiere season of Muriel’s Wedding The Musical in Sydney that the producers have already announced it will return in July, 2019, at the Sydney Lyric, with tickets to go on sale from February 20, 2018.

September

Bangarra: 30 years of sixty five thousand is Bangarra Dance Theatre’s landmark 30th anniversary season.

After its sold out preview run in February, Sydney-based renegade immersive performance company Twisted Element is bringing us their most revolutionary and boundary pushing work yet - RITUAL.

Channels Festival: International Biennial of Video Art is excited to announce the premiere of a new commission by David Rosetzky - 'Composite Acts', at the Magdalen Laundries, Abbotsford Convent in Melbourne.

The Australian Ballet School’s much-loved annual showcase will fill the stages of Arts Centre Melbourne and The Concourse in Sydney this September, with a program of exquisite dance ranging from pure classical ballet through to contemporary works.

The full-time students of The Australian Ballet School will perform in Showcase 2019 — a carefully curated program of ballets where beauty, symmetry and finesse are balanced with the boundless passion and flair of young talent.

Out of the Studio is an opportunity for emerging choreographers to develop new ideas and a platform to present a new work to audiences in a theatre context.

The 8th annual Australian Tap Dance Festival will shuffle into Melbourne this Spring, 28 September – 5 October, featuring a world class line-up of spectacular tappers on show at Australia’s premiere celebration of tap.