From the divine elegance of Rafael Bonachela’s I Am-ness to the wild explosion of Antony Hamilton’s Forever & Ever, this triple bill is a vibrant celebration of contemporary dance forms and what they have to say about the origins of dance.
If you’ve never seen Canadian dance theatre company Kidd Pivot, you’ve never seen anything like Revisor. This is the type of ground-breaking work that only happens once in a generation.
In his first major work for Australian Dance Theatre, artistic director Daniel Riley detonates the truth bomb that is SAVAGE, blowing apart the systems of confusion and obfuscation that imprison us all.
Australian Ballet artistic director David Hallberg cleverly combines sections from three of history’s most physically challenging ballets to create a perfectly executed snapshot of the form’s evolution.
Not so much a night at the theatre as a fabulous party with your funniest friends, A Slightly Isolated Dog’s hilarious take on the lascivious antics of Don Juan is the most fun you’ll ever have in a room full of strangers.
An ear-splitting explosion. A shuddering light. A plunge into darkness. From the outset, Wudjang: Not the Past grabs us by our neatly-pressed collars and hurls us into the dark chasm of Australia’s colonial legacy.