Greg Horman's version, set in South Australia, is a ravishing visual spectacle and a great night out.
Articles by Rita Clarke
First performed by Steamworks Arts in 2001, the same actors reprise their roles in Alana Valentine's powerful play about emotional conflict.
The West Australian Ballet’s triple bill State is a program of wit, humour, inventiveness, beauty, first-rate choreographic drive and passion, and sheer entertainment.
Tour-de-force dance-theatre makeover of Australia's first woman PM is a must-see.
This staging of Giselle by Aurélien Scannella and Sandy Delasalle hits new heights.
An all-encompassing, explosive, emotional experience that mines the pain and glory of human existence.
The company outshone itself in recreating 11 captivating vignettes.
An ingeniously devised, eloquent and timeless drama, brought to magnificent life by WAB.
There was a feeling of liberty in the air as WAB performed to a live audience, with each of the 12 shorts works drawing ecstatic applause.
This triple bill showed off all the qualities of the company and then some.
Septime Webre's exquisitely staged ballet is absolutely enchanting.
Such a sublimely beautiful production, it was hard to tear your eyes away.