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REVIEW: Rising | Riverside Theatres, Parramatta

Aakash Odedra is a light on the hill in contemporary dance, and Rising shows off his exquisite style and light-footedness.

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REVIEW: The Rite Of Spring / Petrushka (Melbourne Festival) | Comedy Theatre

Set to the music of Stravinsky, Ireland’s Fabulous Beast Dance Theatre brings its animalistic dance works to the Melbourne Festival. It’s fearless and fantastic.

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REVIEW: Stomp / Happy As Larry | Various, Sydney

While local dance work Happy As Larry seeks to interpolate rather sophisticated concepts, international hit Stomp comes off as the more intelligent show.

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REVIEW: Cinderella | State Theatre, Melbourne

You know the story, but Australian Ballet’s production of the fairytale classic will still break your heart. Cinderella is exquisite from start to finish.

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REVIEW: Les Illuminations | The Studio, Sydney

Add Benjamin Britten, Rimbaud, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Katie Noonan and eight of Sydney Dance Company’s best for a magic night of theatre.

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REVIEW: iTMOi (in the mind of igor) | Drama Theatre, Sydney

Igor Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring gets an imaginative modernisation from the internationally renowned Akram Kahn Company. It’s a fitting celebration of a classic work.

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REVIEW: Paquita and La Sylphide | State Theatre, Melbourne

The national ballet company presents an exquisite double-bill in Melbourne and Sydney, showcasing some extraordinary athleticism by its principal dancers.

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REVIEW: Double Think | Seymour Centre, Sydney

There were triumphant aspects to award-winning choreographer Byron Perry’s double-bill Double Think, but it all left our critic a little underwhelmed.

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REVIEW: Wunderkammer | Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne

An eerie circus seems to echo the ghosts of performances long past in Wunderkammer. But it’s mixed with contemporary dance, vulgar humour and extraordinary athleticism.

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REVIEW: Breathing Monster | Cell Block Theatre, Sydney

This is a monster alright. But not breathing. This listless French farce was practically dead on arrival at the National Art School in Sydney.

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