31-year-old Nolly Weeks is proving those wrong after being told by past mentors in the profession that if she was not a successful dancer by the time she turned 30, she should quit.
Highly entertaining for all ages, this urban circus is the dream of artistic director and percussionist Gene Peterson. Combining the talents, performance skills and ‘wow-factor’ of seven internationally acclaimed artists, Peterson creates a fascinating world, which explores each performer’s chosen art form in a dazzlingly intimate setting.
Chunky Move has announced a leadership change with Antony Hamilton and Kristy Ayre as new co-CEOs of the Melbourne contemporary dance company.
More and more dancers discover the potential of alternative approaches when it comes to mental health, physical health, and injury prevention.
Dancers are athletes, and all athletes need to be kind to their bodies during time off. This means keeping up a level of fitness that will allow you to pick up where you left off once you return to training, but it also means taking advantage of the time to recuperate.
Every dancer is constantly striving to improve their flexibility. In today’s world of social media and competitions, flexibility is being pushed to its limits further than it has been in the past. How much is enough flexibility? How much is too much? Is there a way to achieve extraordinary range safely?
More than 1,000 dancers are flocking to Melbourne from December 7 to 9 to showcase their fiery dancing talent and battle it out for the Australian titles in Latin American, Ballroom and New Vogue categories.
Physical theatre company Legs on the Wall brings to the Sydney Opera House—as part of the Sydney Festival—Man With The Iron Neck, which speaks a tale that shines…