Artists

On the eve of his first season as ADT's artistic director, Daniel Riley spoke about his plans to Dance Australia's Maggie Tonkin.

The Redland Museum, south of Brisbane, is currently holding an exhibition about one of its local and most glittering and accomplished daughters: ballerina Lisa Bolte.

'Dance Australia' caught up with the choreographer, Andy Blankenbuehler, and found out what it was like auditioning and staging the show via virtual technology from New York.

Simone Sault began her career performing as Meg Giry in Opera Australia's 1998 Australasian tour of 'Phantom of the Opera'. She is now the choreographer and assistant director of the forthcoming 'Phantom' on Sydney Harbour.

David Hallberg is at last able to bring his plans to the stage, writes Karen van Ulzen, beginning with a beautiful, new 'Anna Karenina'.

Australian Josephine-Ann Endicott is an original member of Pina Bausch's Tanztheater Wuppertal. She is now responsible for restaging the choreographer's works. She talks to Belle Beasley in the lead up to The Rite of Spring at the Adelaide Festival.

Jo Lloyd, the 2021 Sidney Myer Fellow, talks to Susan Bendall about surviving as an independent dancer.

When David McMicken arrived in Darwin three decades ago, he hadn't intended to stay. Instead, he and visual artist Tim Newth became the Artistic Co-Directors of Tracks Dance, Darwin’s main professional dance company.

Australian/Royal Ballet ballerina Leanne Benjamin discusses her recently released autobiography, 'Built for Ballet'.

When a show is suddenly taken off the stage, the people in the office go into overdrive. Bangarra's Lisa Twomey describes how the company kept the show on the road while maintaining quarantine restrictions.

Eliza Cummins studied at the Australian College of Physical Education and is now a high school dance and PDHPE teacher.

Since leaving Australia on an audition tour many years ago, Ashley Wright has made her life overseas.

Telea Jensen is a dancer with Sydney Dance Company. She got there by training at the Queensland College of Dance and then Sydney Dance Company Pre-Professional Year.

Tyrone Anthony trained at Spectrum Dance Studios in Sydney and is now fulfilling his dreams at the Royal Palace Music Hall in Paris.

Watch Jack talk about his favourite memory: performing the Grand Pas de deux from 'Don Quixote' at a school performance.

After being postponed due to Covid restrictions, 'Objekt' by Garry Stewart is finally returning for an exclusive Adelaide season. Maggie Tonkin talks to the choreographer on the eve of his departure from ADT.