A tribute show to the late Michael Jackson, featuring impersonator Joshua Dal Santo, a 9-member dance crew and a choir.
If you're one of the thousands of people that flock to Henley Beach in the hot weather, be prepared to bring your dancing shoes tonight.
A condensed and modernised version of the classic Swan Lake ballet, performed in Veale Gardens as a free community event.
University of Adelaide lecturer, Maggie Tonkin, provides a well-researched & thorough history of Australia’s longest, continuously-running dance theatre company.
The basic background for the show is that it’s an all female production that uses ideas around gender and race to present an overall display of dance, song, spoken word, burlesque, and some circus.
For anyone interested in the history of theatre or dance, this film is a must. A classic bio-pic, it manages to be much more. A portrait of an extraordinary woman and an extraordinary time, this is tense, passionate and riveting cinema.
As a teenager, Akram Khan performed in Peter Brook’s seminal work Mahabharata. Now in middle-age, and with residencies at Sadler’s Wells London and Curve Leicester, Khan has revisited this epic in Until the Lions.
Split Second Heroes is a contemporary dance production under the choreography of Gabrielle Nankivell and part of the inSPACE Program.
A filmed stage production of the Paris Opera Ballet Company, retelling one of the Bard’s classic comedies of love, fairies and magic in the woods.
King TV defies classification. It has aspects of dance, theatre and music, and it’s listed in the Fringe Guide as a cross-artform piece of Circus and Physical Theatre.
When Becky Lou was a schoolgirl, she’d sit with her classmates on the school oval and form a story circle.
The performance begins with a five young women asleep on a canopied mattress and moves into a sexy dance sequence, culminating in a spectacular flying silk act with the bed canopy.
If you like your Fringe shows interactive and bootylicious, climb on board! This is the workshop for you!
Intimate Space directly addresses the sense of invisibility that can accompany disability and the effects of this are explored as the performance reaches its climax.
Dance and song aimed at babies aged 4-24 months old that's grounded in Aboriginal storytelling traditions and theories of early childhood development.
'Stimela' tells the story of the men who have to go far from their homes to work in the gold mines of South Africa.
An examination of race, identity, place and time, following the life trajectories of two mixed-race girls who both come from socially deprived areas in London.
Working to a cacophony of static white noise that eventually transforms into hypnotic electronic music, the dancers of As If To Nothing show an amazing range of versatility and strength in this 75 minute performance from Hong Kong’s world renowned City Contemporary Dance Company (CDCC). Founded by Willy Tsao in 1979, CDCC is a powerhouse of creative […]
As far as dream stories go, the journey of Tibetan-born Sang Jijia from a child shepherd growing up in the country to becoming one of the biggest names in Contemporary Dance, has been nothing short of amazing.
The Lover’s Garden or Il Giardino Degli Amanti is a new ballet which delightfully pairs Mozart’s famous quartets and quintets with characters from his operas.