'Who am I if not a dancer?'

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Alison Croggon

Many dancers face the end of their stage careers by their mid-30s. What options do they have when they retire from performing?

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Charmene Yap in Rafael Bonachela's Anima for the Sydney Dance Company. Image by Peter Grieg.

About the author

Alison Croggon is an award-winning novelist, poet, theatre writer and critic. She has 30 years experience reviewing performance for outlets such as The Australian, the ABC and The Monthly and generated an international reputation as a performance critic with her influential blog Theatre Notes. In 2009 she was the first online critic to win the prestigious Geraldine Pascall Critic of the Year Award.
Twitter: @alisoncroggon