In other Fringe dance productions, Mechorstra shakes and shimmies, Shower Thots drips with sensual energy, Shian Law carries the weight of history, Leisa Prowd shows resilience and Joel Bray blurs gender and genre.
- by Andrew Fuhrmann, Vyshnavee Wijekumar, Cher Tan, Stephen A Russell and Lefa Singleton Norton
Sting gave Kate Prince his blessing for his songs to be choreographed, and was moved by what came back at him.
- by John Shand
For her first outing as artistic director of the esteemed dance company, Frances Rings has gone back to the source - in every sense.
- by Karl Quinn
Without an evolution, ballet will be left behind by more evolved art forms to die a slow and painful death.
- by Emma Sullivan
Born and bred near Singleton, this dancing dynamo has just been appointed replacement lead dancer at Paris’ most famous cabaret venue.
- by Peter FitzSimons
The Australian Ballet’s 2024 season will feature a new performance inspired by the life and work of Oscar Wilde and a work by Melbourne choreographer Stephanie Lake.
- by Nadia Bailey
A new season of Swan Lake is stretching Australian Ballet stars to the limit.
- by Amanda Dunn
Salamander, a riveting fable of evolution and extinction, is a must-see Brisbane Festival highlight.
- by Nick Dent