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The Sydney Dance Company’s leavers and joiners as it begins an anniversary year

Among the six dancers leaving the Sydney Dance Company are Bernhard Knauer and Todd Sutherland who have both given so

Life on the moon and down in the underground

The double ‘o’ in the titles of Full Moon and Ocho is the only element that unites Sydney Dance Company’s

Dancing in the shadows and playing with pomposity

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

Triptych: Where everything’s in three part harmony

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

The Helpmann awards: winners of the year and problems of the past

It’s been 11 years since the Australian Ballet won the Helpmann Award for the Best Ballet or Dance Work. Back

Dance nominees in the Helpmann Awards, 2014

The dance panel for the Helpmann Awards 2014 has shortlisted four works for Best Ballet or Dance Work, and in

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

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

The best came last in Sydney Dance Company’s new look of 2013

With De Novo, the umbrella title for Sydney Dance Company’s new triple bill, Rafael Bonachela has put together a program

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

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

Helpmann Award nominees for 2012

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