Now an annual tradition, The Australian Ballet School’s performance opens Art Centre Melbourne’s 2021 Morning Melodies program with En Pointe – a wonderful repertoire filled with energy, athleticism and the refined skills of the School's young dancers; celebrating the art of ballet with new works from Stephen Baynes and Simon Dow along with the romance of Paquita.
The audience flows like electricity between each static performance location. Anticipation and mystery grow on this chilly Melbourne evening as they travel, guided by subtle fairy lights and small hand-held torches.
Like a heartbeat, Drummer Queens is a show that will stay with you forever. A brilliant fusion of power and tenderness, Drummer Queens is a performance like no other. Playing at Melbourne’s Comedy Theatre until Saturday 8 May, before travelling throughout
The loud and rhythmic percussion show Drummer Queens is coming to Melbourne’s Comedy Theatre in late April-early May 2021 for a ‘banger’ of a season. We speak to tap dancer and percussionist cast member Georgia Anderson about her role in this unique show.
Award-winning choreographer Alisdair Macindoe debuts Reference Material, a new dance work as a part of Darebin Arts Speakeasy season at the Northcote Town Hall Arts Centre. This piece adequately explores the process and history of dance making in the age of narcissism.
Dr Cathy Adamek has been appointed as Ausdance ACT’s new director after serving as chair of Ausdance SA while also juggling motherhood, performing and academia.
Dance is the most popular after-school activity for girls in Victoria, however, the Government has all but ensured the collapse of dance schools through a litany of on-the-run policy decisions being made by bureaucrats with little to no understanding of the dance industry.