Tag Archives: Juliette Barton

The long and short of a dancer’s career in Australia

Fiona Jopp

News of the imminent departure of two Sydney Dance Company dancers made me think about the small number of jobs

Dancing in the shadows and playing with pomposity

Cacti, Sydney Dance Company, photo © Peter Greig

First impression of Rafael Bonachela’s new work, Lux Tenebris: Tribal clusters struggling to escape confined spaces. It’s hard to tell,

Conform, Progress, Tempt, Regret: New Breed’s quartet in its second year

Richard Cilli and Petros Treklis, Sydney Dance Company New Breed, Conform, choreography Kristina photo © Peter Greig

Conform is one of the most powerful dance works of the year, lingering in the mind long after the performance

Triptych: Where everything’s in three part harmony

Sydney Dance Company, Triptych, Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge, David Mack and Jesse Scales, photo © Peter Grieg

Triptych is the most satisfying production staged by the Sydney Dance Company since Rafael Bonachela took the artistic director’s reins

On parade: Sydney Dance Company takes to the catwalk for Les Illuminations

Sydney Dance Company's Les Illuminations, Janessa Duffy and Bernhard Knauer, photo © Peter Greig

Sydney Dance Company’s new production, Les Illuminations, has all the hallmarks of an exclusive event. It’s impossible to buy a

Going with the flow: Annabel Knight returns to her first love, musical theatre

Annabel Knight

After you’ve danced the choreography of Graeme Murphy and Rafael Bonachela, the hip swivelling and high kicks of the Bombie

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

Sydney Dance Company, 2 One Another, photo © Justin Ridler

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