The undisputed queen of modern flamenco, María Pagés,uses flamenco with poetry in the unforgettably reimagining of the story of Bizet’s heroine Carmen. Accompanied by an ensemble of dancers and six of Spain’s most talented musicians, Yo, Carmen is on at the Arts Centre Melbourne’s Hamer Hall from 11 – 12 March 2019.
Chunky Move has announced a leadership change with Antony Hamilton and Kristy Ayre as new co-CEOs of the Melbourne contemporary dance company.
The Arts Centre Melbourne in association with the Melbourne Fringe Festival bring to the stage Colossus, performed by the Stephanie Lake Company from September 26-30 at the iconic Arts Centre.
Co-artistic director of Marrugeku Dance Company Dalisa Pigram brings her internationally acclaimed one-woman dance piece to the studio of Sydney’s Opera House from June 27.
Brianna Taylor is the first Australian to be accepted residency with Rhythmatic Tap Company, kickstarting her journey by performing in their upcoming stage show On Top of the World.
Sydney-based dancer and choreographer Lucy Doherty will release the third instalment of her film series ‘Dancing For Jane’ this Mother’s Day in memory of her own mum who lost the battle to Breast Cancer.
By celebrating International Dance Day on April 29th alongside The Greatest Showman DVD & Blu-ray™ release on May 2nd, Prince Constantine aka ‘The Tattooed Man’ played by Shannon Holtzapffel offers a step-by-step tutorial of the choreography seen in the film.
An experienced Cirque du Soleil aerialist has tragically passed away after he fell to the stage during a performance in Florida on March 17.
If you are an American or Canadian resident and absolutely obsessed with dance, well guess what! The Dance Academy movie is coming to a cinema near you on March 2, 2018.