Photo feature: The Australian Ballet’s Nijinsky

Photo feature: The Australian Ballet’s Nijinsky

The Australian Ballet’s latest work is a frank love letter to one of the form’s legendary dancers. Vaslav Nijinsky changed dance forever with his explosive leap and his shockingly sensual choreography, before a dark descent into madness ended his career. Choreographer John Neumeier (Director Hamburg Ballet), charts Nijinsky’s rise and fall in Nijinsky – a… Read more.

No rest for the wickedly driven: Aussie actress Ramona Von Pusch makes a splash in the UK

Ramona Von Pusch | Image supplied

After working locally in the 2012 Australia and New Zealand tour of Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap, and the 2013 Melbourne season of The Graduate with Jerry Hall, Australian actress and 2011 ACA graduate Ramona Von Pusch made the move to pursue a career in London. Ramona most recently won Best Actress at the One-Reeler, short film awards for her role in Marlene, directed… Read more.

AussieTheatre exclusive: Adam Guettel talks to us about composing The Light in the Piazza

Adam Guettel.

Over the last two weeks, the lips of theatre fans Australia-wide have been talking only of one show: Life Like Company’s production of Adam Guettel’s classical masterpiece, The Light in The Piazza. In the lead up to opening night, AussieTheatre was offered an exclusive interview with Guettel, the lyricist, composer and orchestrator of Piazza, and… Read more.

Shocking figures show the arts industry is in pain. How can we take care of each other?

Shocking figures show the arts industry is in pain. How can we take care of each other?

This week, the arts and entertainment industries have been reporting on the new figures released by Entertainment Assist and Victoria University that reveal serious, shocking truths about the health and wellbeing for peope who work on all levels of the Australian entertainment industry.   If you or someone you know is experiencing difficulties, you can call… Read more.