Dance Australia

Sydney Festival

THE dance/physical theatre on offer at this year’s Sydney Festival could best be described as diverse.

Australian artists and performers played key roles in many productions, and three performances reviewed here came to the 2019 Sydney Festival following appearances at the Melbourne or Brisbane Festivals in September/ October, 2018.

Queensland’s Dancenorth brought and co-produced and performed in , both staged at Carriageworks. is an intriguing work, but somewhat nebulous, and as difficult to define and pin down as the material substance of dust itself.

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