Beyond The Curtain is a new performing arts podcast that invites industry professionals and their human experiences. Host and creator Samantha Laurence is a media professional and performing artist who created Beyond The Curtain with one goal in mind; to connect performing artists through human stories.
As a response to COVID-19 and the devastation it has brought upon the arts and entertainment industry, John Foreman’s Aussie Pops Orchestra and friends have “phoned in” an isolation orchestra performance of Louis Armstrong’s What A Wonderful World to raise awareness of music industry charity Support Act.
Melbourne-based dance company Lucy Guerin Inc collaborates with Indonesian heavy metal choir Ensemble Tikoro to bring Metal, a confronting and earthy collision of dance and sound.
Selling out her self-created contemporary dance work, Does It Matter In the Dark?, Queensland-born professional dancer Alice Robinson is making waves in London.
While the soul of Billy Elliot The Musical remains the same, its story is revolutionised for today’s audiences. 10 years since it was last performed on stage, the show returns to Melbourne to capture the hearts of adults and children alike.
Prolific dancer Joel Bray brings his latest work to the Arts Centre Melbourne as part of the Midsumma Festival, unveiling an autobiography expressed through immersive contemporary dance.
The Australian Ballet soloist Jill Ogai has won the 2019 Rising Star winner as part of the Telstra Ballet Dancer Awards, claiming a $20,000 cash prize from Principal Partner Telstra in recognition of her exceptional ballet talent and outstanding achievements this year.
Melbourne-born triple threat performer Adriana Pannuzzo, 22, has landed a lead role in a touring production of Angelina Ballerina, The Musical. Opening at the Soho Playhouse in New York, the show is also touring North Carolina, South Carolina, Ohio, Louisiana, Kentucky. Dance Writer caught up with Adriana about her new adventure.