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November 14, 2019

Twenty dancers from Australia and China united on stage last night at QPAC, performing as one ensemble for a breath-taking contemporary dance performance, Matrix

Consisting of two new dance pieces by two different choreographers, the collaboration between Expressions...

September 27, 2019

The Brisbane Festival is winding down and they saved the best for last with Invisible Cities, a show extravaganza and the best production the festival has ever included in its program since it started in 1996!

Produced by London companies 59 Productions and Rambert, th...

May 13, 2019

The Dinner Party by Expressions Dance Company is a masterpiece of character tropes. Directed by Natalie Weir, this is not your usual contemporary dance performance. The Dinner Party goes above and beyond all expectations – it has meaning, it is relatable, and it is tru...

April 7, 2019

CAPTURED Dance for Screen Take Two is four diverse dance films, which was shown as part of the 2019 Supercell Festival of Contemporary Dance. From beach to basement, rooftop to mountain top, all works were filmed in striking environments enabled by this art form.

Gogi t...

April 7, 2019

Forecast 2.0: The Singapore Project is a three-part show bringing together Singapore’s finest independent artists alongside T.H.E Dance Company. It is important to keep eyes and minds open when watching this show, as it is multilayered, dynamic and engaging, with the a...

April 6, 2019

Fresh from an interstate tour, the award winning Phluxus2 Dance Collective bring their new provocative work, Angel Monster, to this year’s Supercell Festival of Contemporary Dance. 

This beautiful yet confronting dance theatre piece expresses the experience of bein...

November 30, 2018

Today’s high expectations of live theatre makes it hard to get a real wow factor from a show. But Invisible Things demonstrates otherwise!

This brilliantly designed show deals with the issues of everyday human struggle, without limiting itself to any specifically defin...

September 14, 2018

Biladurang is loosely based on the traditional Indigenous story of the platypus. It is a confession of the struggles of a man looking for his identity: Aboriginal or white? Gay or straight? Does it matter, and, if so, how much? As he grapples through challenges, he con...

April 5, 2018

A provocative and spectacular revue, Hot Brown Honey is a lively feminist rally at which the audience are invited to ‘make some noise’ and join the hip hop revolution.

February 20, 2018

We all make assumptions about people when coming into contact with them for the first time. (Mis)conceived beautifully challenges such preconceived (or mis-conceived?) ideas and the stereotyping that comes with first impressions.

February 18, 2018

A sumptuous evening of dance was showcased at the Brisbane Powerhouse as part of the Supercell Festival of Contemporary Dance 2018.

February 18, 2018

Interesting, experimental and unpredictable, ‘The Farthest Possible Distance You Can Be Away Away Away From Me’ does not follow traditional audience/performer etiquette.

Instead the audience become an integral aspect of the experience providing a landscape, stimulus and...

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