Tag Archives: David Page

Bangarra marks a milestone through the language of dance

In 1991, the year Stephen Page became artistic director of Bangarra Dance Theatre, The Canberra Times introduced the company to

Frances in the Zone

Spinifex, Terrain, Bangarra Dance Theatre, photo © Greg Barrett

To be “in the zone” means total immersion in the moment, as in “going with the flow”. But, for fans

A vague night out for a trio of New York dance critics

Robyn Hendricks and Daniel Gaudiello in Dyad 1929. Photo, © Jim McFarlane

Unlike London, where 10 dance critics might review a performance of any one production, New York is a city of

An infinite array of storms, swans and stars

Ella Havelka and Jake Mangakahia in Warumuk, photo © Jeff Busby

In 1996, the last year of her artistic directorship of the Australian Ballet, Maina Gielgud programmed a triple bill of

Belonging and identity: Stephen Page addresses the big questions

D, Initiate, Bangarra Dance Theatre

When Stephen Page was a child, his fair skin and hair marked him as very different from his brothers. As