The Australian Ballet, in collaboration with Chicago’s Joffrey Ballet, combines old-world charm with state-of-the-art technology in a truly exceptional production of Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina.
Tony-Award-winning performer and 2021 Adelaide Cabaret Festival artistic director Alan Cumming ended the festival on a high note with his own personal celebration of life and all its glitter.
Five extraordinary dance works from around the world are showcased in Australian Dance Theatre’s Convergence, but the program is also a celebration of human ingenuity and the willingness to come together to share stories and ideas, however far apart we are.
This delightfully thought-provoking, interactive show, conceived by Adelaide star of stage and screen Tilda Cobham-Hervey, is like nothing you’ve ever experienced before. Or maybe a bit like something… But actually, no, nothing like it at all… ★★★★
Dancers in insect bondage gear, others with heads joined by elastic-strapped hammocks: Garry Stewart blows our minds once again with an ambitious and innovative exploration of what the future might hold for humanity.
The fragility of existence is laid bare in Sydney Dance Company’s Impermanence, a masterful display of music and movement held in perfect symbiosis.