The enthusiastic young cast of “Be More Chill” gave Canberrans a taste of the show in Garema Place today, writes LEN POWER.
In what Liz Lea is calling “a BOLD pause”, the dance artist and former "CityNews" Artist of the Year is postponing her dance summit, “BOLD21”, which would have run in March, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
Garema Place in Civic is set to break out this Saturday (January 23) with a show of “peace, love, unity and having fun” — the “four principles” of hip-hop — as the inaugural Canberra Street Dance Festival swings into gear.
There was a sense of excitement afoot as David Hallberg stepped into the shoes of Australian Ballet director of 20 years, David McAllister, to announce its 2021 season.
THE Australian Dance Theatre (ADT) and Bangarra Dance Theatre were the big winners in the Australian Dance Awards, presented online this evening, Tuesday, December...
Reviewer BILL STEPHENS looks at QL2s latest "Hot to Trot" presentation of new dance from aspiring choreographers.
Canberra dance artists are well represented in nominations for Ausdance National’s Australian Online Dance Awards, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA in her weekly arts column.
Cathy Adamek is Ausdance ACT's first full-time director in five years, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
QL2 Dance's double-bill “Leap into Chaos” shows astonishing commitment and finesse, writes reviewer BILL STEPHENS.
The Australian Dance Party's new 'ad'-style videos, themed around electric and active transport, can be seen at Palace Electric, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
The result is a compelling, meticulously researched, and very readable, account of Fredrikson’s career, and a fascinating insight into the inspiration and process which drove this extraordinarily creative individual, writes reviewer BILL STEPHENS of the book "Kristian Fredrikson Designer".
Dancer and choreographer Michelle Heine will go down in Canberra’s theatre history as the last Gold CAT, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
Ausdance ACT's 'Escalate' program pairs young dancers with mentors to produce new, original work, writes arts editor HELEN MUSA
It's International Dance Day today (April 29), although this year it's online and dubbed “International disDANCE Day", writes arts editor HELEN MUSA.
Arts editor HELEN MUSA speaks to local dance writer Michelle Potter about her latest book celebrating the art of Kristian Fredrikson.
The Australian Ballet has today (March 3) announced the appointment of US dance star David Hallberg as its next artistic director, succeeding David McAllister, who will retire in December this year.
Rachel Reid leads a double life. By day, a Giralang mother of two, she transforms herself at night into showgirl and burlesque performer Jazida.
“OnCourse” had good continuity – thematically, musically and choreographically, which was surprising and impressive given the scope of the production, writes SAMARA PURNELL.
Happier news is now to hand following the disappointing news in August that Ausdance National would close its door after 42 years.
“Hot to Trot” was another thoroughly enjoyable, well-rehearsed production from QL2, providing a holistic learning experience for young creators, who have done a commendable job, writes SAMARA PURNELL.