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Dancer, actor, and disability-rights advocate David Toole OBE passes away at the age of 56

Posted on: 21/10/2020 6:00PM

It is with the deepest sorrow that we announce the passing of the world- renowned dancer, actor, and advocate for equal opportunities for disabled people in society and the performing arts, David Toole OBE. David passed away at St James University Hospital in Leeds on Friday 16 October. He was 56.


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Sydney Dance Company launch NSW Festival of Place with series of short films (Dance Locale)

Posted on: 20/10/2020 6:00PM

Sydney Dance Company has launched their involvement in the inaugural NSW Festival of Place, a year-long Festival celebrating NSW’s public spaces initiated as a part of the State Government’s COVID Safe Summer program.


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Darwin Festival is pleased to announce the appointment of James Gough into the role of Chief Executive Officer

Posted on: 19/10/2020 6:00PM

Darwin Festival is pleased to announce the appointment of James Gough into the role of Chief Executive Officer. Gough will lead the team in the delivery of the 2021 Darwin Festival and beyond. Darwin Festival will run from 5-22 August 2021.


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Broadway Update On Performance Cancellations

Posted on: 18/10/2020 6:00PM

The Broadway League has announced the continued suspension of all ticket sales for Broadway performances in NYC through May 30, 2021. Dates for each returning and new Broadway show will be announced as individual productions determine the performance schedules for their respective shows.  The League will provide updates to the public as more information becomes available.


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Keeping The Curtain Up available to watch online now

Posted on: 14/10/2020 6:00PM

Hosted by Shane Jacobson, Keeping The Curtain Up is an evening dedicated to musical theatre, taking a look at some of the best moments from musicals produced in Australia in the last decade or so.


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Watch Everything Gone

Posted on: 13/10/2020 6:00PM

A new dance film project ‘Everything Gone’ has premiered online. Everything Gone is a part of ongoing Australian dance series, Deep End, created by award-winning director/composer Emily Dynes & acclaimed choreographer Sian Kelly. It features performers such as Zoee Marsh, Tarik Frimpong, Freya List, Jayden Hicks and Trevor Santos.


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