Culture & Conversation

Prickly Nest

In-the-know North American audiences do not miss an opportunity to see a Meg Stuart work, and her latest Do Animals Cry reminds why. Making their first…

Setting The Crappy Aside

There’s something innately nerve-wracking about a homecoming. You end up judging the who-you-were against the who-you-are-now, and hoping the disparities amount to a much-improved, but no-less-promising…

War As Addiction

From where we left off, a Russian Ultranationalist party led by Imran Zakhaev teamed up with a Middle Eastern rebel faction led by Khaled Al-Asad. Together…

Check The Backseat

Disclaimer: roadkill is actually, seriously scary. Cinematic horror is not the most popular choreographic pursuit, but collaborative Brisbane-based company Splintergroup suggests it’s a frontier in contemporary…