Energetic contemporary and tribal dance meet in a World War I setting, against a backdrop of traditional brass band music.
Last year’s Adelaide Festival of Arts brought political conflict to the stage. This year, it was the conflict of war, and sometimes, war within the self.
“Adelaide is the city of my heart,” Miriam Margolyes tells me, on the line from the east coast.
Swedish dance company ilDance is collaborating with The Mill Adelaide on an expanded Choreographic Futures Dance Residency.
After 35 years at the Adelaide Festival Centre, Exhibition Coordinator Jo Peoples leaves the Centre with the perfect parting gift, the exhibition Peoples’ Choice.
Australian Dance Theatre will celebrate another milestone tonight with the launch of their 50th anniversary program.
One thing’s for certain, the Adelaide Festival of the Arts’ Beauty and the Beast won’t be the Disney version of the classic fairytale, as stars Julie Atlas Muz and Mat Fraser explain.
Porn star, educator, writer, activist and lGBTIQ icon Buck Angel is the world’s most famous trans man. Angel is en route to the city of churches to share his story…
Steeped in Chinese provincial iconography and the sacrifice of war, Qingdao Song & Dance Theatre’s spectacular staging of Red Sorghum promises much more than history and perfect technique.
Dunstan Playhouse, Wednesday August 20
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