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Dance Dance

Review: Australian Dance Theatre's 'G'

Garry Stewart marks his departure as artistic director of ADT in a restaging of his bold and iconoclastic G: 60 minutes of raw, frenetic energy in a deconstruction that obliterates every trace of sentimentality from the romantic narratives of the classic 19th century ballet, Giselle.


Lewis Major’s entrepreneurial creativity

THE BUSINESS OF ART | For choreographer Lewis Major, bringing his contemporary dance company home to South Australia after many lauded years working in Europe is as much an exercise in entrepreneurialism as it is in creativity.


Dance review: ADT’s Objekt

Australian Dance Theatre explores the objectification of the human body in this remounted work by Garry Stewart which is exciting, hypnotic and also, at times, uncomfortable to watch.


Dance review: Convergence

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.


What it means to dance like a man

Five young male dancers are stepping out of the shadows in a new disability-led dance-theatre show that draws on their own experiences to explore themes of manhood and identity.

Adelaide Festival

Festival review: Supernature

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.