Tag: dance

Next Wave Festival: microLandscapes

‘microLandscapes‘ is not your average art show. It is intense. Gripping. Entertaining. Playing as part of the Next Wave Festival, ‘microLandscapes’ is a unique collaborative exhibit that features original video and sound design, sculpture, and performance art. It features Perth-based dance…

Bootylicious Beyonce dancing with Bey Dance

What to do on a wet, miserable Friday night where alcohol is banned due to impending sporting activities but this girl just wants to have fun? I’ll tell ya. A bootylicious Beyonce dance class with Bey Dance. The clever concept has taken off,…

Reliving 90s Music Mania

Hoop earrings, check!  Glow sticks, check!! Reebok high tops, check!!! White denim, check!!!! I ticked off most of my mental list of 90s fashion must haves before I’d even crossed the foyer of Trak.  Obviously I’m not the only one excited…

‘The Veil of Maya’ by the Melbourne Ballet Company

Listen up dance fans, there’s something worth celebrating in St Kilda. Last night the Melbourne Ballet Company announced announced their new residency at the Alex Theatre on Fitzroy Street with the contemporary piece ‘The Veil of Maya’. The Veil is the first chapter…

Stacks On – The World’s Happiest Festival

Culture Jam events are something special, they push past the everyday into an experience that is part game, part experiment, part let’s get weird. I have been lucky enough to attend a number of the Culture Jam happenings over the past two years, and every…

‘Miss Universal’ at Chunky Move

‘Miss Universal’ proposes a new vocabulary of dance – love. In an immersive dance piece, audience members watch performers Annabelle Ballharry, Chloe Chignell, Atlanta Eke, Angela Goh wrestle, swing from the ceiling, discuss politics of love, and sweat profusely in…

Bodytorque.DNA – Contemporary Ballet

What is Bodytorque.DNA? Is it ballet? Is it dance? I quickly learned that it was going to be the story of the human body — ballet style. Five works by five choreographers are performed by 38 dancers. It was the 10th Bodytorque but…