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ABT conquers Australia with three American stories

James Whiteside, Cory Stearns and Daniil Simkin, Fancy Free, American Ballet Theatre, photo © Darren Thomas

No ifs or buts, American Ballet Theatre’s triple bill in Brisbane was a five-star show. On opening night, 5 September,

A newsy dance week: Australian Dance Awards; ABT casting announced; Sydney Dance Company changes; Australian Ballet’s US tour

Andrew Crawford and Natalie Allen, 2 One Another, Sydney Dance Company, photo © Ken Butti

The last five days have yielded more than the usual number of dance news stories in Australia. The shortlisted nominees

Gillian Murphy and James Whiteside in Brisbane: a film by Israel Rivera

Gillian Murphy and James Whiteside, Swan Lake, photographer unknown

Luckily for American Ballet Theatre’s Gillian Murphy and James Whiteside, Brisbane is the home of an exceptional photographer and film

The stars are in alignment

Gillian Murphy as Gamzatti, La Bayadere, photographer unknown

With so many stars either in Australia or on their way, this is far from a winter of discontent for

Ethan Stiefel’s three-year itch for his first love, Manhattan

Ethan Stiefel (left) and Sascha Radetsky (right) in Centre Stage, Columbia Pictures

The dancer and artistic director, Ethan Stiefel, the two movies – Centre Stage and Black Swan – and a new

One director, two principals and four days: American Ballet Theatre’s pre-tour tour of Australia

David Campbell, Gillian Murphy, James Whiteside and Sonia Kruger at Channel 9's Mornings show

American Ballet Theatre’s artistic director, Kevin McKenzie, and principal dancers, Gillian Murphy and James Whiteside, whizzed through three capital cities

American Ballet Theatre to make its first tour to Australia

Fancy Free, ABT production, Jose Manuel Carreno, Sascha Radetsky, Herman Cornejo, photo © Rosalie O'Connor

American Ballet Theatre will perform in Australia for the first time next year. The company’s season, from 28 August until

‘Beauty’ to mark Klaus’s departure in Queensland: Three American dancers join Royal New Zealand Ballet

Queensland Ballet's The Sleeping Beauty, Clare Morehen as Aurora

As a tribute to Francois Klaus, one of his major productions, The Sleeping Beauty, will mark the end of his

High hopes for the new year

Happy New Year

I’m anticipating a happy new dance year with the 50th anniversary celebrations of the Australian Ballet, the 60th anniversary of

Borders break down as dance stars lead a double life

David Hallberg in Sleeping Beauty

There’s a buzz about the move of David Hallberg, American Ballet Theatre principal, to the Bolshoi Ballet and a fair