Tag Archives: Bangarra Dance Theatre

Bangarra Dance Company celebrates its 30th anniversary

Thirty years ago the young Stephen Page took a break from his job as a dancer at the Sydney Dance

Bangarra’s Spear, from the stage to the screen

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

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

Today, more than a thousand people gathered together to honour the life of Ken Crichton

Dr Ken Crichton, a great friend of the Australian dance community, has died just 10 days before his 60th birthday.

World Ballet Day companies throw open their studio doors

The big difference between World Ballet Day 2015 and the inaugural event last year was the way the five main

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

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

Former Australian Ballet principal finds a new base in Louisville

Robert Curran, a former principal with the Australian Ballet, has been appointed the new artistic director of the Louisville Ballet.

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

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

RIP Spring Dance at the Sydney Opera House

Spring Dance at the Sydney Opera House has come to the end of its life. Louise Herron, the chief executive