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Chunky Move's Next Move choreography inspires again

Chunky Move's Next Move choreography inspires again

Now in its eleventh season, Chunky Move's Next Move program identifies and supports emerging choreographic talent.

  • by Jordan Beth Vincent

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Spartacus review: Epic tale lacks excitement

Spartacus review: Epic tale lacks excitement

Spartacus is a tragic story of bad people in power and good people trying to break free of miserable enslavement. They have their moment, but not for long.

  • by Jill Sykes
Review: Teatro alla Scala Ballet Company's Don Quixote

Review: Teatro alla Scala Ballet Company's Don Quixote

Don Quixote may be the silliest of the world's ballets, but it is also the most fun.

  • by Jill Sykes
Sydney Dance Company 50th anniversary will involve some DIY dance

Sydney Dance Company 50th anniversary will involve some DIY dance

"Audience participation" is a phrase that can strike terror into the hearts of even the most seasoned theatregoer but Sydney Dance Company has found a kind way to bring audiences up to the stage.

  • by Valerie Lawson
Infinity Minus One review: Science meets art in engrossing display

Infinity Minus One review: Science meets art in engrossing display

Taiwanese artist Su Wen-Chi tackles "particle" and "universe" – the smallest and the largest – in this striking work.

  • by Jill Sykes
Rianto review: Compelling moves create magic

Rianto review: Compelling moves create magic

Indonesian performer Rianto creates a kind of magic in performance. His presence is utterly compelling: a lone, barefoot figure in waist-to-knee tights on a bare stage, his moves are deceptively simple and seem to come from within

  • by Jill Sykes
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The Tap Pack review: High-energy performance a winner

The Tap Pack review: High-energy performance a winner

What a great show! Scintillating song and dance, jokes, and a bit of juggling thrown in for good measure – who could ask for more?

  • by Jill Sykes
Sydney Dance Company review: An intriguing study in contrasts

Sydney Dance Company review: An intriguing study in contrasts

There is nothing like a strong contrast in a double bill and the Sydney Dance Company's latest is certainly that: a revival of polished grace and a premiere of something completely different.

  • by Jill Sykes
Puzzle-master subverts dance as we know it
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Melbourne Festival

Puzzle-master subverts dance as we know it

William Forsythe's A Quiet Evening of Dance at Melbourne Festival does more than merely deconstruct the formal foundations of dance.

  • by Jordan Beth Vincent
Dancers, musicians and audience unite in participatory work
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Melbourne Festival

Dancers, musicians and audience unite in participatory work

One Infinity at Melbourne Festival is meditative and inclusive.

  • by Jordan Beth Vincent
Ancient love tale translates to 21st century
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Melbourne Festival

Ancient love tale translates to 21st century

Mark Morris Dance Group and the Silkroad Ensemble have created a work of remarkable artistry in their rendition of Layla and Majnun.

  • by Jordan Beth Vincent