Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Fonteyn Follies of ’62

With the men in miniscule swimming costumes, and the women dressed modestly in summer shirts and cotton trousers, Margot Fonteyn

Behind the velvet curtain: a true insight into a company at work

More than a decade ago, Christopher Millard, director of press and communications at the Royal Opera House, explained to me

Our black and deep desires: Macbeth re-visted

Earlier this month, for The Australian Financial Review, I interviewed Peter Evans, the director of a new production of Macbeth

Kristian Fredrikson scholarship won by Anna Cordingley

The Melbourne based designer Anna Cordingley has been awarded the 2012 Kristian Fredrikson Scholarship for Design in the Performing Arts.

Lights, camera, action: Bonachela orchestrates the pow! factor

It’s often the case that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. In Sydney Dance Company’s new

Tanja Liedtke on film: a tribute to her brief but brilliant life

The appointment was for 10am, the place was the top floor of a hotel in Macquarie Street in Sydney’s CBD

Dancelines archived

Dancelines has been selected for preservation by the State Library of New South Wales. It will be re-archived regularly. The

Australian Ballet promotions

The Australian Ballet has announced three promotions with Amy Harris and Rudy Hawkes becoming senior artists, and Vivienne Wong elevated