The-Bird-Makers-Project_Seesaw_Banner.png

Articles

  • The dance of the screen
    Features

    The dance of the screen

    14 May 2020

    Social distancing measures have affected everyone’s movements… but what about those who move for a living? Dancer and emerging dance writer Tanya Rodin reveals the ways in which Perth dance companies have negotiated the restrictions.

    Like
    0
    Love
    0
    Haha
    0
    Wow
    0
    Sad
    0
    Grrr
    0
    Reading time • 10 minutesDance
  • A ballerina in iso
    Opinion

    A ballerina in iso

    12 May 2020

    West Australian Ballet dancer Claire Voss tells us what it’s like to be a ballerina in isolated times, as part of our “Day in the life” series.

    Like
    0
    Love
    4
    Haha
    0
    Wow
    0
    Sad
    0
    Grrr
    0
    Reading time • 8 minutesDance
  • Chihiro Nomura as Alice and Juan Carlos Osma as Lewis Carroll in ALICE (in wonderland). Photo by Scott Dennis (14).JPG Chihiro Nomura as Alice and Juan Carlos Osma as Lewis Carroll in ALICE (in wonderland). Photo by Scott Dennis (14).JPG Whimsical and wonderful: an Alice for all ages
    Reviews

    Whimsical and wonderful: an Alice for all ages

    26 November 2019

    Junior reviews: West Australian Ballet, Alice (in wonderland) · His Majesty’s Theatre · Reviews by Bethany Stopher (13) and Saskia Haluszkiewicz, aged 9 · Opening night,…

    Like
    0
    Love
    3
    Haha
    0
    Wow
    0
    Sad
    0
    Grrr
    0
    Reading time • 6 minutesDance
  • Chihiro Nomura as Alice and Matthew Lehmann as the Cheshire Cat in ALICE (in wonderland). Photo by Sergey Pevnev (3) Chihiro Nomura as Alice and Matthew Lehmann as the Cheshire Cat in ALICE (in wonderland). Photo by Sergey Pevnev (3) Ending the year on a high note
    Reviews

    Ending the year on a high note

    22 November 2019

    Review: West Australian Ballet, Alice (in wonderland) · His Majesty’s Theatre, 21 November · Review by Nina Levy · West Australian Ballet (WAB) is ending the…

    Like
    0
    Love
    0
    Haha
    0
    Wow
    0
    Sad
    0
    Grrr
    0
    Reading time • 6 minutesDance
  • Sara Ouwendyk as Grandma with Emma-Rose Barrowclough as Peter with Mayume Noguromi as the Bird watching on. Photo by Scott Dennis Sara Ouwendyk as Grandma with Emma-Rose Barrowclough as Peter with Mayume Noguromi as the Bird watching on. Photo by Scott Dennis Inspiring the next generation
    Reviews

    Inspiring the next generation

    8 October 2019

    AWESOME Review: West Australian Ballet, Peter and the Wolf ⋅ Perth Cultural Centre, October 5 ⋅ Review by Amy Wiseman ⋅ It is always a thrill to see…

    Like
    0
    Love
    0
    Haha
    0
    Wow
    0
    Sad
    0
    Grrr
    0
    Reading time • 6 minutesDance
  • Inside Awesome
    Features

    Inside Awesome

    21 September 2019

    “Every year I say the Festival program’s not going to get any bigger,” says Awesome Festival Artistic Director Jenny Simpson, “But every year it does feel…

    Like
    0
    Love
    0
    Haha
    0
    Wow
    0
    Sad
    0
    Grrr
    0
    Reading time • 10 minutes
  • Alexa Tuzil as Giselle and Juan Carlos Osma as Albrecht in Giselle (2019) (2). Photo by Sergey Pevnev Alexa Tuzil as Giselle and Juan Carlos Osma as Albrecht in Giselle (2019) (2). Photo by Sergey Pevnev Sparkling duo leads the way
    Reviews

    Sparkling duo leads the way

    15 September 2019

    Review: West Australian Ballet, Giselle ·
    His Majesty’s Theatre, 14 September ·
    Review by Nina Levy ·

    Like
    0
    Love
    0
    Haha
    0
    Wow
    0
    Sad
    0
    Grrr
    0
    Reading time • 6 minutesDance
  • Matej Perunicic and Nikki Blain in Candice Adea's work 'p' as part of Genesis 2019. Photo by Sergey Pevnev  Matej Perunicic and Nikki Blain in Candice Adea's work p as part of Genesis 2019. Photo by Sergey Pevnev Style in the studio
    Reviews

    Style in the studio

    28 June 2019

    Review: West Australian Ballet, “Genesis” · West Australian Ballet Centre, 27 June · Review by Nina Levy · Comprised of eight short pieces, West Australian Ballet’s…

    Like
    0
    Love
    0
    Haha
    0
    Wow
    0
    Sad
    0
    Grrr
    0
    Reading time • 3 minutesDance
  • Join us in the playground.

    Become a friend of Seesaw for exclusive offers and competitions

    Your support helps us to keep independent arts journalism alive in WA

    Already a member?
    Click here to log in

Cleaver Street Studio

Are you a Seesaw friend?

Sign up now for unlimited access to the Perth arts scene, for as little as $5.50/month!

Join the conversation

Seesaw Magazine