Tag Archives: Sydney Dance Company

The curtain falls for now:How dance companies are reaching out to their audiences

If you’re reading this you already know that in Australia sports come first and the performing arts come later, if

The way they were, the way they are: Sydney Dance Company’s 50th anniversary

Performing arts companies celebrate their anniversaries in different ways but the most popular choice is a “best of the works”

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

Beasts in the wilderness, spirits in flight: SDC’s new double bill

We’re edging closer to the third decade of the 21st century but as the year 2020 approaches we seem to

The long and short of a dancer’s career in Australia

News of the imminent departure of two Sydney Dance Company dancers made me think about the small number of jobs

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,

Farewell to Andris Toppe, dancer, choreographer, friend and colleague of so many in the Sydney Dance Company and The Australian Ballet

Andris Toppe has died in Melbourne at the age of 71, having being diagnosed with advanced cancer in early January.

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

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