Pacific (2016) - Copyright - Gregory Lorenzutti


Announcing the inaugural BalletLab McMahon Contemporary Art Award and 2017 shortlisted artists.
Established in 2016, the $12,000 invitation-only BalletLab McMahon Contemporary Art Award (BMCAA) will be awarded to a contemporary artist who demonstrates a commitment to brave, innovative and transitional practice that contests the boundaries of contemporary art in new and impactful ways. Read more
PABL presents Jack Ferver
Phillip Adams BalletLab (PABL) is delighted to announce our 2017 International Artist-in-residence at Temperance Hall; New York City-based queer writer, director and choreographer, Jack Ferver. Jack’s residency includes the Australian premiere presentation of 'Mon, Ma, Mes (Revisité)' and a series of public workshops. Read more
Temperance Hall's 2017 Resident Artist - Shian Law
Announcing Temperance Hall's 2017 Resident Artist - Shian Law Read more
Come and work with us!
Phillip Adams BalletLab seeks a Marketing and Communications Intern, one day per week for six months commencing February 2017. See our employment page for more details. Read more
Temperance for all!
We are so excited to be in our new home the magnificent, Temperance Hall. Over the past month, we have hosted a fundraiser, external hires, rehearsals and artistic developments as well as our first ever apartment stay! Read more
World Premiere of Pacific opens in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
World Premiere of Pacific opens in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Read more
Phillip Adams BalletLab are pleased to announce that we have been offered funding support by Creative Victoria and Council on Australia Latin America Relations (COALAR) for our collaborative, cross-cultural performance, ‘People of Cities’. This exciting new partnership with esteemed Barzilian dance companies, Companhia de Ballet da Cidade de Niterói (CBCN) and samba school G.R.E.S. Acadêmicos do Grande Rio, will premiere as part of a triple bill program at Teatro Municipal de Niteroi on the 11th November, 2016. Read more
Temperance Hall Award with Melbourne Fringe
We are pleased to announce our newest award, the 'Temperance Hall Award', developed in partnership with the ‘Melbourne Fringe Festival’. This award is focused on generating support for young and emerging, and mid-career artists, by facilitating the development of new works in a supported setting. Read more
These next few months are particularly exciting for the performing arts sector. The Fringe Festival and the Melbourne Festival are just around the corner, and new opportunities for creation, collaboration and discussion await. Click here to see what's coming-up in Melbourne. Read more
Changing of the Guard
The Co-Chairs of Phillip Adams BalletLab, Phoebe Dunn and Caroline Dever, today announce that Executive Producer, Amelia Bartak is moving on and will be succeeded by Kristy Ayre, effective from 1 September 2016. Read more