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Martin del Amo, the highly regarded independent choreographer and dancer, has created a new solo called 'Mirage' for the Sydney Festival.

The Sydney Festival will spring back to life in 2022 with new artistic director, Olivia Ansell, at the helm.

Two highly respected familiar faces are leaving their roles.

The Australian Ballet has joined with GWB Entertainment to present the musical An American in Paris in Australia.

In celebration of its new partnership, LG SIGNATURE and Sydney Dance Company are offering Australians the opportunity to win a membership to Sydney Dance Company’s Classes Livestream, through a fun SIGNATURE MOVES competition.

Internationally acclaimed artist and director Lloyd Newson OBE will visit Newcastle in NSW for a special evening even November 26, the city’s first significant cultural event since the most recent COVID-19 lockdown

The finalists of the Inspired Dance Film Festival were presented on November 14 at Hoyts Moore Park in Sydney.

The Perth Festival has commissioned a major new work from local choreographer Rachel Arianna Ogle as one of the headline acts for its 2022 program.

The Keir Choreographic Award is on again and now calling for entries.

Restless Dance Company, South Australia’s leading dance theatre company for artists with and without disability, is celebrating its 30th anniversary with an evening of dance theatre, film and live music on Wednesday November 24 at The Lab, Adelaide.

Annie Greig, formerly the artistic director of Tasdance, died on November 2 just a few days short of her 68th birthday.

Our latest issue has a special focus on teaching, with topics of critical importance to teachers.

WIN a double pass to Ballet Theatre Queensland's production of 'Coppelia'.

For this premiere, Artistic Director Aurelien Scannella has commissioned Polish choreographer Krzysztof Pastor as well as Balladong Wadjuk Noongar man Barry McGuire, whose totem is the black swan.

A documentary film celebrating Dr Tsai, who was single-handedly responsible for the introduction of modern dance into Taiwan, was launched in October.

The Australian Ballet’s 2022 season, the second under artistic director David Hallberg, is a mix of both traditional and groundbreaking dance that brings together top choreographic names from around the world.