A couple of Wanaka women have been walking down memory lane of late.
There were twirls and spills, smiles and tears as the Dunedin Performing Arts Competitions Society began its ballet event at Coronation Hall in Mosgiel yesterday.
A new film work by Dunedin dancer, choreographer and film-maker Daniel Belton will debut in a massive outdoor projection as part of Christchurch’s upcoming Matariki celebrations.
Dancing with the Stars 2022 has been hit by the spectre of Covid as the cast enters semi-final week resulting in one celebrity leaving the show and an eliminated contestant returning in their place.
Coming to the deep South as winter approaches means acclaimed dancer and choreographer Michael Parmenter is having to do stretches and warm-ups, just to prepare for his usual stretches and warm-ups.
A Dunedin youth tap dancing competition has proven so popular the organisers had to have more trophies made to accommodate the growth.
Gasp! Dance Collective is not one to shy away from new challenges such as creating a dance film in a pandemic.
An abrupt end to her Caroline Plummer community dance fellowship last year due to Covid-19 has Lucy Marinkovich already planning her return to Dunedin this year, she tells Rebecca Fox.
As we head into 2022, Dunedin’s art calendar is filling up despite the ever-present threat of Covid-19 restrictions. Rebecca Fox takes a look at some of the music, theatre, arts and festival happenings ahead (Covid-permitting).
Dunedin’s fringe and arts festivals are planning full programmes this year and while they are not announcing full line-ups just yet, they have released a few teasers.
A new star is born in the Royal New Zealand Ballet’s latest new contemporary production The Firebird, choreographed by Laughlan Prior.
Stepping out of their comfort zone and soon to be stepping in time, this year’s Rocking With The Stars contestants have been announced.
A last-minute cast change in Giselle gave us a wonderful treat with Mayu Tanigaito reprising her role as the titular character, last seen by New Zealand audiences in 2016.
It has taken about 13 years for dancer Sara Garbowski to get the opportunity to dance a major role in Giselle, a ballet she first danced in as a 17-year-old apprentice. She talks to Rebecca Fox...