Eclectic festivals and outdoor offerings, a Broadway transfer and a rare London tour—and, of course, more than a handful of brand-new works pulling from an intriguing array of source material. Here’s what we’re looking forward to as summer winds to an end.
An eclectic roster of Australian dance artists gathers together for the first time for DanceX. A new festival conceived and
curated by David Hallberg, artistic director of The Australian Ballet, it runs October 20–November 1 at the Arts Centre Melbourne.
This Ballet Company Will Only Dance Works by Women in 2020. The Director Doesn't Think That Should Be News
It’s fitting that New Zealand, the first country to give women the right to vote, should also be the place where, for the first time, a major ballet company will present an entire 12-month dance season devoted to works by female choreographers. But according to Royal New Zealand Ballet’s artistic director, former Pacific Northwest Ballet […]