Xenos: An Indian soldier’s story told through dance

Akram Khan's last solo performance in Xenos, poignant yet powerful, tells the story of the unknown Indian soldier during World War I. By Avi Chandiok

Seeta Patel at Adelaide Fringe

Dancer Seeta Patel becomes a performance artist, making a statement about the legacy of colonialism, writes AVI CHANDIOK

Holy sh*t, my HSC Drama project made it to OnSTAGE

OnSTAGE, a showcase of select Drama works from HSC 2017, is currently on at Sydney’s Seymour Centre
Mapping Melbourne.Indian Link

Porous borders

Highlights from Multicultural Arts Victoria’s Mapping Melbourne Festival in December 2017. APARNA ANANTHUNI reports
Timeless Love.IndianLink

Timeless love

What happens when former lovers reconnect after 35 years? A Hindi play with a stellar cast delves deep.
Model Citizens.Indian Link

A madcap model

Circus Oz’s new production, Model Citizens, promises stunning acrobatics and biting satire

Lights, camera, dance!

End-of-year concert gives students a taste of the stage, writes SYDNEY SRINIVAS

Children are like flowers

HSWA’s Phulwari event was a show for the kids, of the kids and by the kids
Romeo Is Not The Only Fruit.Indian Link

The other fruit

An irreverent and funny show proves there’s more to love stories than ‘boy meets girl’, writes APARNA ANANTHUNI
Arrangetram.Indian Link

Debut with a difference

Witnessing an arrangetram that broke the mould but retained the appeal, writes APARNA ANANTHUNI