Tag Archives: Nederlands Dans Theater

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

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

Alexander Ekman, from Cacti to the Cow

Next Friday, 26 February, Alexander Ekman’s box office hit, Cacti, is opening in both Wellington and Sydney, with a premiere

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

NDT in Sydney: Sweet Dreams are Made of This

Nederlands Dans Theater’s season at the Sydney Opera House is united by the dreamlike quality of a quartet of pieces

Roslyn Anderson on working with Kyli√°n and news of his future plans

In anticipation of Nederlands Dans Theater’s tour to Sydney next month I recently spoke with Jiri Kyli√°n‚Äôs long-term assistant and

Kyli√°n calls time out at NDT

In a surprise move, Jirí Kylián and Nederlands Dans Theater have announced that the company will not perform the works