Pacific (2016) - Copyright - Gregory Lorenzutti


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
BalletLab Artistic Director Phillip Adams, invites you to share an exclusive insight into his next intriguing artistic process and is calling for your participation in a 2-day workshop, on 3 and 4 September 2016. Read more
We want to know who you are
We want to know who you are so we can shape our future for Temperance Hall and Phillip Adams BalletLab. Fill out this survey by 30 June and be in the draw for a case of Yering Station wines. Read more
Accelerate our Future this EOFY
The forthcoming year for Phillip Adams BalletLab will be transformative and we are inviting you to be a part of it. We have a superb series of projects in 2016/17 which we are really excited to share with you. These include the development of new works, an education program and an international commission. Read more
PABL Response to the Australia Council announcement
Co-Chairs of Phillip Adams BalletLab, Phoebe Dunn and Caroline Dever, alongside Artistic Director, Phillip Adams and Executive Producer Amelia Bartak are extremely disappointed with the news that we are losing stable core funding from The Australia Council for the Arts as a Key Dance Organisation, after five years of investment from 2012-2016. Read more
Adams + Bird Brasilia Series in Australia Now Festival Brazil
In the lead up to the 2016 Olympic Games, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is presenting Australia Now: the largest Australian cultural program ever presented in Latin America. Read more
PABL Performers in Next Wave 2016
Phillip Adams BalletLab is proud to support our performers through their other artistic projects. Lillian Steiner (EVER, Smudge) and Geoffrey Watson (Aviary 2014) have created works debuting at Arts House this May as part of Next Wave 2016. Read more
After receives critical success in Melbourne
Phillip’s latest work, an immersive installation, After: a performance encounter for one person at a time had a successful season as part of Midsumma Festival at Sarah Scout Presents, located in the Melbourne CBD. Read more
Metamorphosen // Shaker Loops
PABL has commenced the creative development of a new project with Melbourne Chamber Orchestra to Richard Strauss’ Metamorphosen (1945) and John Adams’ Shaker Loops (1978). Read more