Choreographer Antony Hamilton says the latest Chunky Move work is the hardest many of the company’s dancers have ever experienced.
- by John Bailey
Flamenco is steeped in history and superstition. Pepa Molina honed her craft in the caves at Sacromonte and is smashing tradition with her new show.
- by Steve Dow
In its first visit to Australia, The Tokyo Ballet breathes new life into the ethereal and ghost-filled story of Giselle.
- by Nadia Bailey
This wrap of shows includes Chopin’s Piano, HEKKA, Idomeneo, Just a Boy, Standing in Front of a Girl; George Balanchine’s Jewels, the MSO Winter Gala and more.
- by Tony Way, Jessica Nicholas, Bridget Davies, Cameron Woodhead and Andrew Fuhrmann
When it came to creating the intricate costumes for The Australian Ballet’s new production of Jewels, a small army of volunteers came to the rescue
- by Janice Breen Burns
In a rare move, dancers at the country’s leading ballet company will take a stand on Friday night as an ongoing dispute over pay escalates.
- by Karl Quinn
His memoir was turned into a much-loved film, tracing his ballet career from a small town in China to the biggest stages in the world. Now, Li Cunxin has announced his retirement.
- by Kerrie O'Brien and Nell Geraets