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A group of physical theatre actors make a pyramid with one person on the top holding a megaphone.

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.

Ballet review: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Arts Centre Melbourne

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

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

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.

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.

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…


WOMADelaide 2024 – more than music

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

A female dancer in white and grey costume stands in front of a colourful stringy sculpture against a black background.

Dance Review: Wayfinder, Perth Festival

A dance work where colour and sound collide to spark both contemplative and euphoric energies.

‘Forever & Ever’ is a part of the triple bill ‘Ascent’ being toured by Sydney Dance Company this year. Photo: Supplied. An ensemble of 13 dancers on stage wearing black and yellow crop tops and shorts with black socks. The are in a walking stance with arms outstretched but slightly bent, looking powerful.

Sydney Dance Company announces 2024 international tour

Sydney Dance Company’s 2024 international tour includes debuts at Royal Opera House, London and the Kennedy Centre, Washington DC.

Future Cargo. Two figures in silver bodysuits moving across a panel.

Performance review: Future Cargo, Adelaide Fringe Festival

Alien arrivals distinguish a mesmerising dance performance.


Performance review: Briefs – Dirty Laundry, Sydney Mardi Gras

A Mardi Gras headline act, this queer acrobatic troupe returns for more mischief.

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