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?
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 a bright light on the theme of suicide in Indigenous Australian communities.
If you don’t like watching the flutters and flurries of ballet—then this is the show for you.
Scimm Dance Company presents ‘Senseless State’ double bill that compacts all the goodness of classical ballet but blends the naughty, exotic elements of commercial contemporary.
Rising star in the commercial dance realm, Lauren Drago plans to jet set off to Los Angeles on a one-way ticket after gathering many glamorous credits on her CV in both Australia and Asia.
It has taken Lauren half her life to build the courage to reveal what she has been concealing. Professional performer Lauren Jimmieson finally opens up about her skin diagnosis.
The 2017 showcase presented by The Australian Ballet School was exquisite, but the 2018 showcase is even more dynamic with the addition of progressionist choreography and dance styles that steer away from the classical mainstream.
The creative pair, better known as The Squared Division, bring two productions to Australia at once; 'Dance Boss' and Katy Perry’s recent world tour.