Femme is a journey through femininity, sexuality, gender roles and identity
Addressing controversial issues are in no way uncommon in the theatre but certain consternation can be caused when discussing topics that are predominately considered indecorous such as fetishism.
A long time in the making, Supernature is art in motion.
SOMNIA takes the audience on a late-night, raunchy journey into the low-lit, cabaret-filled world of magical dreamscapes and frightful nightmares.
An experimental blend of monologues, humour, discussion and incredible dance moves - BRED is here to challenge, entertain, amuse and spark conversation.
Classique Nu, translated from a mixture of French for classic and the Indian word for nude, is an absorbing dance piece that describes a number of dominant Indian carvings through the medium of western classical music and new media.
Erin Fowler’s work is often very personal. She is also unashamedly willing to have a dialog about important female issues that are far too often experienced by so many members of the community but not spoken about publicly.
This Payneham road business is helping Adelaideans stay fit and find their rhythm in a series of high impact cardio filled dance classes.
Grab your most outrageous outfit and lather yourself in body glitter – it’s time to bogey the night away to classic Disco tunes while learning about the fascinating and largely-unknown history of this genre.
Based on the Sumerian epic, an ageing Gilgamesh looks back on the most violent episode of his life, when he and Enkidu journey to the great Cedar Forest and proceed to destroy it.
Vessel seems to operate in an entirely different medium to the often frenetic world of contemporary dance. It’s a work that requires patience to appreciate, but the rewards are ample.
The Silk Road is the name given to the old trading routes which connected Western Europe with the Far East. Taking in such modern-day countries as Iran, Turkmenistan and Nepal, the route was marked by caravanserai: resting and meeting places for weary travellers.
Techno Circus is a modern version of shadow puppetry that has evolved to incorporate new technologies and staging abilities to produce a multi-layered, sophisticated spectacle.
World famous choreographer Anne Nguyen is highly revered in France for her ability to transform the recalcitrant reputation of hip-hop dance into something mysterious, raw and pure.
Recognised for the quality of their work, the Sydney Dance Company have been at the forefront of contemporary dance in Australia. Due to their high class work it is unsurprising the company has survived for fifty years and to celebrate their anniversary they are touring some of their finest work.
If there's one thing Bear knows, it's how to move. And when the music starts up, Bear just can't help grooving to the beat
Female sexuality and body image are serious topics in modern society but it is a profoundly personal issue. With this in mind, Erin Fowler's latest theatrical dance work Femme is not only topical but deeply personal.
The topics of passion and sin play a significant part in Mad/ Dan Productions latest work Abyss. A group of local choreographers and dancers, under the fine direction of Daniel Maley and Maddy Macera, take a challenging and daring journey through some of the darker elements of the human psyche to discuss how universal character flaws like lust and gluttony have a place in modern society.
A devised piece by local theatre company The Gemini Collective, based on a true story A Thousand Cranes follows the true story of Sadako Sasaki, a young Japanese girl who died from leukaemia as a results of nuclear weapons being used in World War Two.
This World Premiere displays the intricate work of South Australian born artist Sally Smart. Her continued interest in the avant garde style of Serge Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes has resulted in a fascinating installation and visual exhibition examining the production of a Russian folk tale, Chout – The Buffoon, first performed in Paris in May 1921.