Review: BUNKER (Metro Arts)

Image credit: Stewart Tyrell Content warnings:  BUNKER contains coarse language, heightened psychological states, haze / smoke effects, loud music, and strobe lighting effects. Recommended for audiences aged 15+. What would you do if you received an alert that your world was ending? Who would you call? Where would you go, and what would you take... Continue Reading →

What’s On: Bunker (Metro Arts)

Image credit: Stewart Tyrell Bunker 19 - 22 October 2022 New Benner Theatre, Metro Arts, West End Exploring the physical threat of virtual alarm, Bunker is a bold new intermedial dance work led by internationally renowned dance choreographer, Lisa Wilson and techno-troublemaker, Nathan Sibthorpe. It’s 8:07am on January 13, 2018. Hawaii has just issued a... Continue Reading →

Review: Guttered (Restless Dance Theatre, Brisbane Festival, and CPL – Choice Passion Life)

Photo credit Roy Vandervegt Guttered was an original and entertaining piece of site-specific contemporary dance theatre, performed in a Chermside bowling alley as part of Brisbane Festival 2022. Based in Adelaide, Restless Dance Theatre define themselves as Australia’s leading creator of dance theatre by dancers with and without disability. Guttered explored love and life through... Continue Reading →

Review: THREE 2.0 (Australasian Dance Collective)

Australasian Dance Collective artists perform Cass Mortimer Eipper’s Limbic. Photographed by David Kelly. After the season was postponed earlier in the year due to flood damage at QPAC, Australasian Dance Collective opened their second iteration of THREE at the Brisbane Powerhouse, a triple bill of new works from three different choreographers, all created in collaboration... Continue Reading →

What’s On: THREE 2.0 (Australasian Dance Collective)

Image supplied by Australasian Dance Collective THREE 2.0 13 -16 July 2022 Brisbane Powerhouse After the cancellation of their QPAC season due to the impacts of flooding, Australasian Dance Collective (ADC) have announced the rescheduling of their mainstage performance season of THREE 2.0 at the Brisbane Powerhouse. THREE is an annual curated collection of commissions,... Continue Reading →

Review: Mine! (Australian Dance Party)

Canberra-based Australian Dance Party performed Mine! in Queen Street Mall as part of Supercell Festival of Contemporary Dance, an engaging and visually exciting performance piece dealing with the proposed new mega-mines in Queensland. Originally commissioned for National Science Week ACT, Mine! Five dancers in brightly coloured jumpsuits and carrying boxes of Lego performed the work,... Continue Reading →

What’s On: Matrix (Expressions Dance Company, Beijing Dance/LDTX & QPAC)

Matrix 13 - 16 November 2019 Playhouse Theatre, QPAC Defined as a “cultural or social environment or context in which something develops”, Matrix is the result of an immersive creative development in Beijing in August and September, producing two new contemporary dance works by multi award-winning Australian choreographer, Stephanie Lake, and the highly-acclaimed Chinese choreographer,... Continue Reading →

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