Monthly Archives: June 2014

MacMillan’s R&J: A pivotal moment in the history of the Queensland Ballet

Remember the date. June 27, 2014 at the Lyric Theatre in Brisbane, marked the day that the Queensland Ballet’s artistic

The stars are in alignment

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

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

Cheek to cheek and hip to hip, Milonga works its magic on an ever changing dance floor

In Milonga, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui has reprised, but bettered, the concept of Sutra, his 2008 production, in which a contemporary

The past pas de deux of the Australian Ballet and the Liberal Party

The unnaturally green lawns and the Queen Anne style house in the photo were in sharp contrast to the moral

Li Cunxin vs David McAllister? Settle down, the game’s not on, or not yet

A cover story for today’s Review section in The Australian newspaper more than hints that the Queensland Ballet’s artistic director,