Bonnie Neate and Suzy Piani's contemporary take on “Giselle” left many many people unprepared for the breathtaking quality of the production, which instantly won a Canberra Critics’ Circle Award. Now they have a new show.
"Fresh Funk crew have pulled off a mammoth show, which incorporates all levels of juniors, adults and masters – all of whom do a remarkable job of learning so much choreography," writes reviewer SAMARA PURNELL.
The Australasian Dance Collective takes The Playhouse stage later this month with a program of Australian premieres called “Three”, billed as “Three works. Three choreographers. Three spellbinding stories”.
"With every aspect superbly produced and performed 'Terra Firma' is an outstanding example of why QL2 Dance is so admired as the nation’s leading youth dance organisation." Reviewer BILL STEPHENS enjoyed the show.
"Acting as a bookend to 'Goddess', which showcased women in dance, 'A Bold Mix' offered an eclectic selection of short dance works performed by male dancers both in person and on film," writes reviewer BILL STEPHENS.
The recipient of the new ”Annie”, an award named in memory of the late Tasdance director Annie Greig, has gone to WA dancer Daryl Brandwood, it was announced last night by dance artist Liz Lea at the launch of the BOLD dance festival.