||The Australian Ballet’s new performance, Bodytorque, is for admirers of bold, brave ballet. In this modern, edgy, chic showcase of new dance, choreographers take their first steps towards the world stage working with Ballet’s most exciting young dancers.
||This year, choreographers will be tackling the notion of the muse, whether that muse is a piece of art, film, or something more elusive. It’s a season where anything can happen – stars are made, electric connections forged; all set to anything from Bach to Bowie.By its mythological origin, a muse is a feminine noun. “muse, the name of the nymph who inspired Numa. Every woman or everything personified as a feminine type, considered as an inspiration, “ says the Littre, a 19th cent. French dictionary.These choreographers and dancers are truly inspirational..
||The dancer’s attire did not include any tutus or unitards. Rather, male dancers wore short and full length trouser bottoms and v neck tops in neutral colors. Female dancers wore dresses that were close to realistic street garb; styles varied from, a sexy red dress to a blazer