Tag Archives: Jiri Kylian

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

Spartacus: The good, the evil and the wall between

Lucas Jervies, the choreographer of the Australian Ballet’s new production of Spartacus wanted to create a work that relates to

Queensland Ballet’s repertoire 2019

The Queensland Ballet’s big coup for 2019 is a world premiere of Liam Scarlett’s Dangerous Liaisons. Scarlett, an artist in

Love, death, and the forgotten lands of our dreams, as told by Jiri Kylian

This article was first published by the Australian Ballet in the program for the company’s 2016 triple bill, Vitesse. Jiri

2016: The past, the present, and a very big challenge of the future

A hundred years ago the Ziegfeld Follies opened on Broadway with Bachelor Days, a vaudeville show that included a song

The Australian Ballet’s 2016 repertoire

For the first time in its history, the Australian Ballet will stage a ballet choreographed by John Neumeier, the artistic

War Dances – a brief history beyond The Green Table

Branco Gaica’s photo of the men in Stephen Baynes’ ballet, 1914, is one of my favourite images on The Australian

A magic carpet ride through 2015

I would, if I could, take a magic carpet ride to several continents and at least a dozen theatres to

Now and then in the Australian Ballet’s night of white

When William Forsythe rehearsed his In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated with the Paris Opera Ballet in 1987 he asked one

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