dance

dance December 9, 2017

Choreographer Lucy Guerin

Choreographer Lucy Guerin says ballet’s physical perfectionism may see off young girls from their passion for dance, leaving headstrong boys to take the reins in later life. “Women have really defined dance through the ages, especially in America, with a lot of female choreographers, and in Europe. Yet it feels like it’s going backwards a little bit.”

dance May 6, 2017

Li Cunxin brings Ben Stevenson’s ‘Swan Lake’ to Queensland

Li Cunxin has waited for the right time to stage Swan Lake at the Queensland Ballet, to be prepared for a visit from his mentor and veteran choreographer Ben Stevenson.

dance May 21, 2016

Arts companies hit hard by Australia Council funding cuts

The Australia Council’s latest funding cuts have further devastated arts companies.

dance May 21, 2016

Sydney Dance Company’s Rafael Bonachela

After eight years as Sydney Dance Company artistic director, Rafael Bonachela's passion burns as brightly as it did in his small Spanish hometown as a teen.

dance March 5, 2016

Stephen Page’s ‘Spear’

Stephen Page’s feature film debut, Spear, presents an all-too-rare onscreen examination of Aboriginal masculinity.

dance June 13, 2015

Bangarra’s Frances Rings branches out with Sheoak

For Bangarra choreographer Frances Rings, a lifelong love of dance helped her reconcile her family truth.

dance October 4, 2014

The woman behind the Countertechnique, Anouk van Dijk

Anouk van Dijk doesn't just think she can dance. She, and everyone else, knows she can.

dance September 6, 2014

Brisbane Festival performer Akram Khan brings DESH to life

Dancer and choreographer Akram Khan takes centre stage with a story about his childhood.