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Performance review: Future Proof, Darebin Arts Speakeasy

Physical theatre that asked the hard questions, but needed a little more fine-tuning.

A ballet dancer dressed in a white frog costume is in mid air with his legs kicking out behind him. On the stage is Alice, with shoulder length dark hair, wearing a purple dress and carrying a red rose. Behind them is an image of a cottage on a wall hanging; it looks embroidered.
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Ballet review: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Arts Centre Melbourne

An immersive spectacle, sure to unsettle and astound lovers of the classic tale.

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DANCE24 COMMUNITY CONNECT

Kick off your Friday night with DANCE24 Community Connect!

Info Sessions

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DANCE AND BUSINESS IN PRACTICE

Understanding how arts and business practice intersect to create a sustainable career.

Performances & Gigs

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UNLOCKING ARTISTIC RESOURCES

Navigating Communication and Collaborations for Dance Artists

Performances & Gigs

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CONTEMPORARY DANCE WITH THOMAS E.S. KELLY

Explore movement with Thomas E.S. Kelly

A sunset on a beach, some actor/dancers in the foreground in front of towering curved wooden poles that look like whale bones.
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Adelaide Festival midpoint round-up

Adelaide Festival is in full swing. What were the standout elements for a first time visitor mid-festival?

Private View. Image is of a man with Down's syndrome standing in a room looking out of a window and holding a billowing yellow curtain. In the middle of the room is a smalll round table with a lit candle on it and two chairs. In the right hand top corner is a female figure in a slinky figure hugging red dress, with a lampshade obscuring her face and head.
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Dance review: Private View, Adelaide Festival

Stories of love and desire by dancers with and without a disability.

Sox men perform on a stage lit in blues and purples. They wear traditional Irish caps, dark trousers and tan-coloured caps. One leaps into the air exuberantly; the other five lean in to listen to his percussive footwork when he lands.
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How to evolve an art form

Former Irish dance champion Brent Pace, an Italian-Australian boy from East Keilor, is trying to push the art form in…

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WOMADelaide 2024 – more than music

WOMADelaide offers exceptional musical performances from around the world... but that's not all.

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