Monthly Archives: May 2015

A story behind the story of Flesh and Bone

If the title of the show doesn’t tell us enough then the poster does. The dancer, as you can see,

Bodytorque’s two directions, either fading away or reinvention

After a season in Melbourne last year the Australian Ballet’s annual Bodytorque program returned to the stage in Sydney, but

Symphonic Variations as seen through the eyes of Wendy Ellis Somes

This article was first published in The Sydney Morning Herald. With its bomb sites, rubble and rationing, London in 1946

Sylvie Guillem in Sydney

Guillem has just posted on Facebook to say the Sydney dates for her farewell tour, Life in Progress, are August

Maya Plisetskaya, the prima ballerina who ran her own race

The era of Soviet ballet tours to Australia is only a memory, but that memory returned for me with the