Tag Archives: Stephen Page

Bangarra’s Spear, from the stage to the screen

Yolande Brown as the Earth Spirit in Spear, filmed on location in Dhalinybuy, Northern Territory, photo © Jacob Nash

After premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival and Adelaide Film Festival last year, and then the Sydney Festival in

Bangarra Dance Company’s Ochres: Imprinted into the cultural history of Australia

Bangarra Dance Theatre, Ochres, White, Tara Robertson and artists of Bangarra, photo © Edward Mulvihill

Ochres has officially come of age with a revival 21 years after its premiere. Choreographed in 1994 by Stephen Page

Tackling Romeo set for a new life but we should never forget the performance of Australia’s great dancer, Russell Page

Russell Page with Martin Henderson and Paul Mercurio in Tackling Romeo

For the last 18 months the director’s cut of the movie, Tackling Romeo, has been seen in private screenings in

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

Memories of the year that was, hopes for the year to come

Isabella Boylston, Swan Lake, American Ballet Theatre, photo © Gene Schiavone

Looking backwards before glimpsing forward, the two highlights of the Australian dance year were the season of the Paris Opera

Bodytorque 2013: so far, so good, now for the future nurturing of talent

Calvin Hannaford and Dimity Azoury, TInted Windows, The Australian Ballet, photo © Branco Gaica

Almost a decade ago, David McAllister, artistic director of the Australian Ballet attended a conference in England where he, and

Helpmann Award nominees for 2012

A Chorus LIne, 2012 production, Tim Lawson in association with Adelaide Festival Centre

Before his career as an actor, choreographer, director and producer, Robert Helpmann was a dancer. As a student he danced

NYC critics, then and now

Graeme Murphy's Swan Lake, with Kevin Jackson and Madeleine Eastoe, photo © Lisa Tomasetti

In a brief interview published yesterday, the Australian Ballet’s artistic director, David McAllister said the company had been warned to

Honesty and irony: more NYC reviews

Alastair Macaulay

A few days after Stephen Page’s Warumuk – in the dark night – received negative reviews by some New York

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